My model of clinical supervision is based on a collaborative approach utilizing the Integrated Developmental Model of supervision. This allows for teaching clinical skills, offering structured support, assessing and supporting during challenging times, and reflection of self as a therapist and the work that is being done.
I am able to supervise in Oregon for both LPC and LMFT and in Washington for LMHC. My experience includes working as a child and family therapist in an agency setting and in private practice working with individuals and couples. I have been an Adjunct Professor at Lewis and Clark College Graduate School of Counseling and Education teaching a variety of courses and have provided supervision at the community counseling clinic.
As with therapy, I believe the relationship between supervisor and supervisee is critical for the success of supervision. Safety, collaboration, and support should be the center of your supervision experience. It is important for you to take ownership of your supervision time and I view my role as supervisor to support you in meeting those needs.
I invite you to schedule a free consultation to discuss the possibility of a supervisory relationship.