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Licensure Supervision

Daniel Grunhaus is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor (LCMHC-S) in North Carolina and a Licensed Professional Counselor registered supervisor in Virginia. Dr. Colleen Grunhaus is a Qualified Clinical Supervisor (QCS) in North Carolina and a Licensed Professional Counselor registered supervisor in Virginia, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS). Both supervisors believe in the importance of mentorship and take a supportive and developmental approach to clinical supervision. Please see their individual approaches below. After which, if you are interested in learning more about clinical supervision please set up a free 15 minutes consultation.  

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Daniel Grunhaus, MA, LCMHC-S, LPC

I have been working in the field to counseling since 2010. During this time I have worked in many settings such as schools, prison, mental health hospitals, active duty military, and private practice. I have worked with adolescents, teens, adults, individuals, couples, and families -- dealing with depression, anxiety, stress, loss, sexual disconnection, trauma, psychosis, PTSD, and much more.


Personally I prefer a more narrative therapy and attachment theory approach, though I have experience and training in many other therapeutic modalities with which to serve my clients. Currently, I run my own practice which focuses primarily on sex and couple therapy.


My supervision style aligns more with an Integrated Developmental Model (IDM). That is, I encourage my supervisees to consider their own internal processes and its impact on their therapeutic effectiveness while at the same time providing a safe space in which to challenge and support growth into being a strong and confident therapist.



Colleen Grunhaus, PhD, LCMHC, LPC, NCC, ACS

I have been practicing as a counselor since 2010 and I have a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision. I practice supervision with the theoretical lens of the Integrated Developmental Model (IDM). In supervision, you will be encouraged to consider your thoughts, your behaviors, and your feelings as you conduct counseling sessions. The IDM assesses the developmental level of the supervisee and structures the supervisory approach in a way that is most appropriate to the supervisee’s current scope of experience. I aim to create a safe and authentic space for you to utilize supervision in ways that support the well-being of clients and your professional goals.

You can expect me to serve as a mentor and a positive role model who assists you in developing a professional identity. Supervision will be sensitive to your personal goals for yourself as a counselor and will be consistent with how you conceptualize client issues theoretically. The supervision you receive will include discussions about cultural context—your own, the supervisor’s, and the client’s— and how these affect the counseling and supervision relationships of which you are a part. You will be challenged and supported throughout supervision; You will be treated with respect.


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