Helping new clinicians start practice is one of my great passions. Entering the field can be overwhelming and the complexity can be daunting. Having an experienced Clinical Supervisor to mentor you into the field can make all the difference when building a successful practice.
I have been a state approved Clinical Supervisor (LMFT) for 10 years and available to provide clinical supervision to those that are associate licensed in marriage and family therapy, mental health counselor or social work. I can help you make sure your efforts meet state licensure requirements.
Clinically I operate from a Marriage and Family Systemic approach and practice primarily Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with clients, but I am also trained in DBT, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Gottman couples counseling and others. I am also well trained in family dynamics, and adolescent and young adult development. I bring 25 years clinical experience in multiple settings to include agency, crisis clinic and private practice.
Let me help you build a successful thriving practice!
A good Clinical supervisor helps facilitate a new clinician’s professional development as they enter the field. Quality Clinical Supervisors provide ongoing support and encouragement as the clinician continues to develop and refine their clinical approach, adherence to ethical standards, and their practice. Good Clinical supervision helps clinician continue to develop their competency and effectiveness in working with their clients, helps to identify person blind spots the therapist may not have been aware of and identifies strategies to address them. It also ensures client’s and clinician’s welfare and safety. Often one of the most helpful aspects individuals receiving good clinical supervision if the ability to connect in real time with their supervisor during or immediately after a crisis situation. When I am your Clinical Supervisor you are not on your own!
Supervision for two people at once. This meets LMHCA requirements and counts as individual supervision for MFTA's. Price is per participant.
Supervision of three or more people at once. This does not meets LMHCA requirements for licensure. Group supervision can be counted towards supervision requirements for MFTA's. Price is per participant regardless of the number of participants.
One on one supervision with Athena.