The supervisory relationship is one of intimacy, support, and challenge. My primary approach in clinical supervision is Developmental Transformations — informed by psychodynamic theory, a Rogerian approach , attachment theory, and play theories. I understand that being a supervisee can be a humbling and vulnerable experience. To balance this I support the strengths and experience that each supervisee brings to their work.
I offer training in Developmental Transformations, both as a primary approach but also as a way to enliven a group or your therapeutic practice. Trainings are offered to agencies, as well as individuals. Also I offer trainings on working with Chemical Dependency, Eating Disorders, Psychotic Disorders, Depression, Trauma, and PTSD.