Supervision & Consultation
Do unto others as you would have others do unto others. ~Jeree Pawl
The supervisory relationship can be used as a safe container to explore and enhance the overall experience of providing psychotherapy to others. Regular, on-going supervision/consultation supports the development of greater insight into one's self as a therapist, encourages the development of clinical skills, offers protection against burn-out, and allows for more in-depth understanding through experiences within the supervisory relationship.
I am able to provide the required reflective supervision experience for those clinicians applying for infant mental health and early childhood endorsement with the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health and those states that are a part of the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health.
I offer reflective supervision/consultation for both individuals and groups. Meetings can be scheduled at my office or via video technology.