I should probably add that the office-mate situation I have listed can also include two hours of weekly supervision towards licensure, if needed, for the right license-eligible candidate.
This would likely be a clinician who would like to focus their practice expertise on mental health interventions and treatment with a strong awareness of social-contextual factors. (Training and development of multicultural competence.) That is to say, someone who would be an appropriate partner for this practice focus!
I am a fully PA-licensed PhD-level (i.e. Doctoral-level) Clinical Psychologist and I maintain supervision CEs, so I am qualified to supervise a broad number of related fields and education levels. However, please check your specific licensure board requirements to ensure that a Doctoral-level Clinical Psychologist fulfills requirements for your licensure supervision.
Please note: as a Psychologist I cannot offer licensure supervision à la carte on a paid hourly basis, as per APA ethical guidelines. I recognize that in some other closely allied fields this is the accepted model. Licensure supervision must be embedded. I do offer some consultation-type supervision, training, and assistance on an à la carte hourly basis.