I offer clinical supervision to graduate students in accredited programs and clinicians seeking their LPC in Colorado. I can provide face to face meetings in the Denver metro and online supervision.
I became interested in supervision informally, by training new colleagues, mentoring, and presenting on topics of expertise at work. I gradually realized that supervision was fun and rewarding for me.
I want supervision to be worth your time and help you grow. I honestly had a few terrible supervisors: the one who only told me stories about the good ‘ol days, the one who bought me coffee and chatted about nothing, and the one who only cared about my productivity quota. That doesn’t have to be your experience!
I completed my coursework for the ACS (Approved Clinical Supervisor) in May 2019 and am working on my experience hours to obtain the national credential. The ACS is an optional credential that is not required in Colorado, but shows additional training specifically in supervision.
I approach supervision with warmth, humor, compassion, and consistency. I tailor sessions to both the external regulations you need to meet and your individual goals. I offer regular feedback, encouragement, and structure. I primarily focus on three areas: clinical skills, self-awareness, and professional behaviors.
I have expertise in trauma, depression, anxiety, severe and persistent mental illness, chronic suicidal ideation, self harm, crisis intervention, addictions, adolescents, and young adults. I do not have much experience with young children (under 6) or couples.
Contact me for a free consultation to see if you’d like to work with me!