The relationship is the heart and soul of counseling and supervision.
My approach to supervision is collaborative, strengths-based, and rooted in Person-Centered and Existential approaches. My goal is to support you in bringing your own unique identity, skills, and experiences into your therapeutic work. Supervision is a joint project, a collaborative exploration designed to build on your strengths and encourage your growth as a counselor.
My specialties include grief work, incorporating mindful self-compassion into therapy, working with gifted and highly sensitive individuals, diverse identity concerns (particularly multiracial or "mixed" identity), perfectionism/imposter syndrome, and self esteem. My supervisees also benefit from my nuanced understanding of legal and ethical requirements of psychotherapists (developed due to my legal background), as well as my interest in developing a meaningful, viable private practice. I offer educational seminars for clinicians on topics such as, Collaborative Documentation, Psychology of Money, and Authentic Marketing for Clinicians.