LCSW/ LSCSW Supervision
(Georgia and Kansas ONLY)
Social work supervision is defined by the NASW  “as the relationship between supervisor and supervisee in which the responsibility and accountability for the development of competence, demeanor, and ethical practice take place”.
Tele-Video/ Virtual Sessions (Zoom)
Individual and Group Sessions
*Supervision must be through synchronous (live real-time) visual contact
* Supervision contracts can be negotiated per person.
*Flexible Scheduling for supervision sessions
*Nights and Weekends available
Kansas: Individual $45/ Group $25 per Hour **
Georgia: Individual $50/ Group $30 per Hour**
**Group only offered with 2+ supervises from the same state
**Referral and Company discounts available, please inquire about services
Contingent upon the agreed supervision plan, all payments must be paid MONTHLY between the 1st and 5th. No supervision services will be rendered/ documented unless payment is received.
If schedule changes need to occur, accommodations can be made within a 24-hour notice, prior to the date supervision is to be rendered.
Pay By: Cash App, PayPal, Venmo, Zelle
Jasmine Cohen is a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Georgia and a licensed specialized clinical social worker in the state of Kansas. She has 10 years of experience in providing direct client care, administrative, and executive support in the behavioral health, social service, federal, and public sectors. She has recently started her private practice as a social work & behavioral health consultant but has worked in the field in various capacities for an extensive period of time. In her role, Cohen routinely creates and facilitates development opportunities for social work professionals, provides clinical social work supervision (Georgia and Kansas), and works collaboratively with community partners. Jasmine is a Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional and a Certified Clinical Telemental Health Provider.
Outside of this, she also serves as the founder of her Nonprofit, Mindz Matter. Cohen’s academic career started at Rollins College in 2014, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She would then go on to receive a master’s in social work from the University of Central Florida where she was named the 2017 Clinical Student of the Year and is currently pursuing her doctorate in social work from the University of Kentucky, with a concentration in Military Behavioral Health. Some of Cohen’s professional memberships include the Alliance of Social Workers in Sports and the National Association of Black Social Workers.
- Non-Profit Founder (Mindz Matter)
- Clinical Social Work Practice
- Military Behavioral Health (Active Duty and Veterans)
- Sports Social Work
- Child Welfare
- Corrections/ Medical Prison
- School Social Work
- Community Mental Health
- Social Work Program Development