Supervision for Therapists
Supervision is so much more than just a means to get a license. High quality, supportive supervision can help you become the competent and confident clinician you were meant to be. At times, this work can feel isolating, stressful, and emotionally exhausting. As a new clinician it’s common to feel overwhelmed and underprepared. You deserve a clinical supervisor and consultant who can provide you with the support and knowledge you need on your journey toward becoming a licensed therapist.
As a clinical supervisor I strive to create:
- Meaningful, supportive relationships with each person with whom I work.
- An energizing and calming space where clinicians feel comfortable sharing worries, fears, and confusion as well as successes.
- An environment where new therapists are encouraged to try out a variety of modalities, and discuss and develop a theoretical “home base.”
- A fun, playful environment where we can practice hands on interventions.
Play-therapy-specific supervision is available on an individual basis or in a group format. Supervision hours are applicable to becoming credentialed as a Registered Play Therapist (RPT) and Registered Play Therapist Supervisor (RPT-S). Long-distance supervision can be arranged by telephone.