LifePath Therapy Associates

Clinical Supervision for Professionals

LifePath Therapy Associates offers clinical supervision in a virtual group setting for new therapists seeking independent clinical licensure.

Strong clinical supervision is the foundation of ethical and skilled practice for new clinicians, but finding quality supervision can be a real challenge. At LifePath, we value relationship-focused work with our clients and amongst colleagues. We’ve created a group supervision setting that develops clinicians by diving deep into the science and art of psychotherapy. We value a variety of therapy approaches and experiences, and our group setup helps clinicians learn and grow together in a supportive and diverse environment. It’s a friendly place to nurture your professional journey.
Becoming a therapist is hard. You deserve high quality mentorship, guidance, and support.
Through psycho-education, skills building exercises, and supportive processing, you will leave this group with a greater capacity for self-soothing and creating safety in your body. The group’s containing and grounded environment will encourage curious and compassionate exploration of self. Trauma Resiliency draws from and integrates Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, DBT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and the Neuro-Affective Relational Model.
Group Details:
  • First group meeting will be held Friday November 3rd, 2023 at 9:00 AM.
  • Meets twice monthly for two hours on Fridays at 9:00 AM
  • Small group with individual attention.  Maximum number of five clinicians in the group at any time.
  • Fully virtual.
  • Our supervision group is being facilitated by Jack Lionberger, AM, LCSW.  
  • Our rate for group supervision is $45.00 per hour, or $85 per meeting.
  • We offer a discounted rate for prepayment.

“The therapeutic process can be both incredibly rewarding and challenging. No matter the clinical lens that is applied, working with people is complex, and it can be intimidating to get started. No one can escape the complexity of people; the process of meeting them in some of their most difficult moments, and the inherent uncertainty, fear, and frustration that can come with it. Supervision is collaborative, warm, supportive, curious, open, generous, compassionate, and uncertain. The supervisor is the leader, the guide, but they are not the authority. No one can do this work alone, or at least not well. A good clinician needs others to learn, collaborate, create, vent, normalize, and challenge.”
Jack Lionberger, AM, LCSW

Interested in joining us?

We are actively recruiting clinicians to join our supervision group.

To get started contact our Intake Specialist at or 312.940.3655, ext 2 to schedule a 30-minute opening conversation with LifePath’s Clinical Supervision Coordinator, Colt Coffin, AM, LCSW.

About Jack

Jack Lionberger is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who earned his master’s degree from the University of Chicago’s Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice where he was a member of a program of study that focused on the newest forms of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

Jack enjoys working with both individuals and couples, and draws most from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). Jack takes an approach that looks beyond diagnoses, and explores the larger patterns and processes of behavior and thinking that get in the way of people’s lives and relationships. He believes that challenges like conflict, uncertainty, worry, sadness, anger, grief, loss and more, are the natural outcomes of being alive, and often contain important information for what matters most to us.

Jack has extensive clinical experience in community mental health, inpatient psychiatry, and working with frontline and healthcare workers. He has a proven record of helping people who experience acute anxiety, OCD, suicidality, PTSD, moral injury, addiction, interpersonal difficulties, chronic pain, death and grief, and more. Beyond any one theory, Jack believes that therapy should focus on a client’s values and strengths to help them get closer to a life that is authentic and purpose driven; he makes it his mission to show up to every therapy session with empathy, authenticity, care, and humor.

In his personal life Jack enjoys simple pleasures like cooking, baking, good coffee, playing bass, time with his dog, eating pizza, and beach days.

insurance accepted

Aetna PPO
Aetna Medicare Advantage
BCBS HMO (Only Site 475 and 489)
United Healthcare/Optum