In any supervision relationship, creating trust, having a strong sense of curiosity, and a willingness to learn are important in developing our craft. Within a person-centered frame, by providing developmentally-informed supervision, we intertwine current research and a thoughtful, discerning experiential knowledge base. Emphasizing emotional sensitivity and intuition, we can find ways to reach your goals of expertise in treatment and continued professional development.
My beliefs include:
Both psychotherapy and clinical supervision are a creative and dynamic combination of science and art
The primary roles for any supervisor are listening, teaching, and providing expert support
Decades of experience working with a wide range of clinical presentations, client issues, family configurations, ages, identity considerations, socio-economic backgrounds, demographic factors, and DSM-V TR diagnostics gives me perspective to apply to your situation
My extensive experience and training providing developmentally-informed clinical supervision utilizing a variety of approaches, evidence-based practices, and clinical intervention styles can help both newer and more experienced professionals find their strengths and develop their unique clinical abilities
Collaboration is important as I work to create space for inclusive discussions about all clinical matters