Supervision & Consultation
I provide supervision for students and new clinicians as well as consultation for seasoned clinicians looking for ways to incorporate body-based interventions in their practice.
If you are in school or a provisionally licensed clinician looking to get supervision while working toward your full licensure, I provide both individual and group supervision. We will likely be a good fit if you’re:
Looking to be challenged in your clinical case conceptualization
Willing to actively try out strategies in supervision
Wanting to learn body-based interventions to incorporate into your sessions
Aligning with a humanistic, existential worldview with an added focus on concrete skill-building
Additionally, Motivational Interviewing, DBT, ACT, and Mindfulness are specific specialties. Please review my “about me” page to learn even more about my approach.
My population knowledge-base includes: substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, mood disorders, psychosis, hospice, and medical concerns. I am familiar with populations residing in various levels of care from inpatient psychiatric, intensive outpatient, group therapy, and private practice individual therapy.
I also provide supervision and consultation on:
$50-75/hour, per person
I provide consultation to clinicians of all experience levels looking to learn about and incorporate body-based skills and interventions into their work. This could be an ongoing consultation agreement or a one-time case consultation. Consultation to incorporate holistic, mind-body interventions may be helpful if you’re:
Finding your clients, or even one client in particular, are not responding well to traditional talk therapy interventions
Feeling that there is a missing piece to your work
Looking to bring new energy, movement, and skills to your clients
Wanting to develop new clinical skills without the time and money investment required for an additional certification
Similar to my structure for supervision, I am happy to facilitate individual or group consultation sessions.
Additionally, I can provide adjunct therapy sessions for your current clients. If you have a client who would benefit from body-based interventions, dance/movement therapy, Reiki, mindfulness, or the like, I can provide brief and/or adjunct sessions to their existing therapy with you. This could be an ongoing arrangement where your talk therapy clients see me for movement-based therapy, and we consult on findings, or this could be a brief interim in the therapeutic process where clients attend sessions with me for a short-term intervention to learn body-based strategies, process in a new way, and practice mind-body integration, and then resume therapy with you.
I am also comfortable consulting on:
Workshop planning and implementation