The Clinical Supervision Program is an essential step to refining the practice of Ayurveda wellness counseling. Learn from those with years of experience, as well as from your peers. Clinical supervision offers valuable insights into your work as a counselor, helping you to improve your capacity to assess Ayurveda doshic patterns and to offer the most effective treatment strategies to support your clients. Training includes the clinical supervision needed to complete 50 Patient Encounters (PE) as part of the educational requirements for AWC practice competency. Trainings also offer profound opportunities to deepen the clinical growth process and prepare students for clinical practice and professional certification exams.
See Clients at Sevanti Online Clinic
Students will practice as student Clinic Interns at the Student Clinic hosted at Sevanti Online Clinic (SOC). Clinic Interns will see private clients on Zoom and receive supervision from supervisors.
Individual and Group Supervision
This program is offered via live supervision meetings on Zoom. Individual supervision is held directly with clinic supervisors in 30-minute segments. Supervision provides feedback on diagnostics and client recommendations.
Develop Competent Clinical Skills
The purpose of the clinical program is to develop the clinical skills to manage clients in future practice. In clinical practice, all of the foundation knowledge acquired in earlier programs come together in real practice.
What You Will Learn
The Clinical Supervision Program aims to provide the clinical education, supervision, and practice competency needed for students seeking to become certified as Ayurvedic Wellness Counselors (AWC). At this level of training, students become Clinic Interns and learn from the experience of working with actual clients. All that you’ve learned in the earlier programs are now put into practice and come alive in real cases with real people. The client becomes the teacher as much as the supervisor. Sevanti Institute adheres to the educational guidelines of the National Ayurvedic Medicine Association (NAMA) for the AHC scope of practice.