“Life is tough, my darling, but so are you.”
~Stephanie Bennett Henry
I love working with therapists in training and am happy to provide clinical supervision to psychologist residents working toward licensure. I use an integrative approach to supervision that is grounded in developmental, interpersonal, feminist, and multicultural foundations. Within this space, I work collaboratively with each supervisee to identify meaningful goals and strategies that take into consideration individual learning style, professional trajectory, and existing strengths.
Philosophically, I am holistic and as such invite reflection upon the integration of personal and professional identity, where that may feel relevant and helpful. I strive to remain mindful of and transparent about the contribution of cultural identities, interpersonal process, and power dynamics within the supervisory relationship. My tendency is to work with meaning at both a cognitive level and at the level of the more intuitive “knowing” afforded by the exploration of affect.
If my approach sounds like what you are looking for in a clinical supervisor, and you are interested in working together, please click the link below and use the supervision request form to contact me. We can find a time to discuss your goals and whether I would be a good fit to support you in achieving those.