Elizabeth is available to provide licensure supervision and professional consultation from her office in Oviedo, FL. If you are interested in supervision with Elizabeth, please use the contact form or email her directly. Current licensure supervisees can schedule a supervision appointment here.
Elizabeth Pennock, PhD, LMHC, is a Qualified Supervisor for Registered Mental Health Counselor Interns in the State of Florida and is currently based in the Orlando, FL area. During the course of her doctoral studies, Elizabeth received advanced training in counselor supervision. Dr. Pennock primarily works from existential-humanistic and developmental supervision models to help her supervisees grow their clinical skills while also focusing on the development of the person of the counselor.
Dr. Pennock is also available to provide consultation for organizations and institutions in the area of trauma-informed systems and trauma-informed care. She has previously consulted in educational, behavioral health, medical, and religious settings. Contact Elizabeth for more information.
PSY 654 Clinical Internship // 2018-present // Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando
- Provide individual, group, and live supervision to MA students completing their clinical internships in the Oviedo Counseling Clinic, a clinic that is operated as a partnership between the Reformed Theological Seminary MAC program and Northland Church. Interns provide individual, couples, family, and group counseling to adolescents and adults.
MHS 6403 Practicum in Counselor Education // Fall ’16, Spring ’17 // University of Central Florida
- Provided group, triadic, and individual supervision to MA students completing their practicum through the University of Central Florida’s partnership with the Seminole County School District to provide child and family counseling on the campus of Title 1 schools, Midway Elementary School, Sanford, FL (Fall ’16).
- Provided group, triadic, and individual supervision to MA students completing their practicum through the University of Central Florida’s Community Counseling and Research Center (Spring ’17).