Clinical Supervision

At Keystone Therapy Group, we aim to cultivate the next generation of mental health professionals through comprehensive and compassionate clinical supervision. We are dedicated to providing a supportive and enriching learning environment where resident therapists can develop the skills, knowledge, and confidence necessary to excel in their careers. Grounded in ethical principles and best practices, we prioritize individualized mentorship and tailored guidance to help residents navigate the complexities of the field. With a commitment to excellence and ongoing professional development, we aim to empower each resident to become a skilled and empathetic clinician, capable of making a positive impact in the lives of their clients and communities.

Counseling Residency

Clinical Supervision is offered to Virginia Residents in Counseling, and only begin to accrue once approved by the Board. Supervision is open to residents working at other practices/locations, but is prioritized to residents who work for Keystone. Group supervision is offered as group members are available. Session fees vary depending on a number of factors detailed in our supervision contract. Supervision sessions are offered by Practice Owner, Kim Rippy, LPC and Kaitlyn Steel, LMFT.

At Keystone, Residents are encouraged to work with diverse populations to develop their counseling skills, including individuals, couples, families, groups, multiculturally diverse and LGBTQIA+. Appropriate supervision is provided by supervisors with applicable training in clients’ presenting issues.

If you are interested in receiving Clinical Supervision as a Resident in Counseling, please contact your supervisor of interest directly. Clinical supervisors can be viewed on our About Us page. If you are interested in joining Keystone as a Resident in Counseling, please email your interest, resume, and two letters of recommendation to Kim Rippy at [email protected].

Counseling Student Internships

Counseling Students receive a minimum of one supervision hour per week with an approved clinical supervisor, and attend regular consultation groups with all Keystone therapists. Students will provide individual therapy for adults and adolescents with a variety of presenting issues. Students will work with diverse populations, including members of multicultural and LGBTQIA+ communities. Students will work with children, couples, families, and groups as available.

If you would like to apply for a master’s level student placement, please submit your university’s practicum/internship contract, resume, and two letters of recommendation to [email protected]. Applications are due no later than 60 days prior to the practicum/internship start date. Placements must be a minimum of two semesters. Applicants must have previous clinical experience.

Current Job Openings

You can visit our Job Opportunities page for current job openings, or our company page on Indeed.