Bringing high-quality, free tele-health services to the community while providing future therapists from Antioch University Los Angeles supervised real-world experience. ACTS will strive to reach those who have traditionally had difficulty or reluctance in accessing services.
As an Antioch student, Lane Janger developed the concept behind ACTS. Given the current pandemic, many members of our community are in need of mental health services. In addition, many agencies are not providing therapeutic experiences for trainees. Consequently, ACTS fills a dual need, free mental health services for those who request it, and therapeutic experiences for students/trainees.
Supervisor Position Details
Commit to work for a minimum of two, 13-week quarters.
Lead a supervision group weekly for two hours. Then, complete an ACTS supervision form for each student/trainee on a weekly basis.
Read, comment on, and approve the trainees’ case notes.
Be available for emergency consultation.
At the end of the quarter, the supervisor will fill out an Antioch Evaluation form for each student/trainee.
Complete and sign all BBS and Antioch paperwork (Four-Way Agreement, Responsibility Statement, sign Weekly Logs for student hours, etc.)
Send an email with your CV and cover letter to: email@example.com Please put 'Supervisor' in the subject line.
Antioch University provides equal opportunity for all qualified applicants and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify, age, disability, veteran status, or any other protected classification.
Provide evidence of completion of all length of licensure and educational requirements to serve as a BBS approved clinical supervisor.
Provide a copy of professional license.
Provide evidence of malpractice insurance with a minimum coverage of $1,000,000/3,000,000, listing Antioch University as an additional insured.
Antioch University is inspired by our institution’s historic, progressive mission to provide students with the knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance economic, social and environmental justice. Antioch’s first President, Horace Mann, implored graduates to “win victories for humanity,” and that has been our guiding light for over 166 years. Antioch University is a national not-for-profit higher education institution with hybrid, on-line and onsite degrees offered at five campuses and in university-wide venues, from undergraduate through doctoral education. Our programs are designed for adult learners. We believe our geographically dispersed university is strongest when we stand together to provide high quality, socially engaged education. Current foci in liberal studies, psychology, education, counseling and mental health, management, the arts and writing, and leadership and change. An Antioch education brings academic rigor, experiential learning and social engagement to learners across the country and the world. Antioch University Santa Barbara (AUSB) campus is located in downtown Santa Barbara, California within walking distance of numerous restaurants, shops, and galleries and close to Santa Barbara's beautiful beaches and mountain ranges.