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Supervision for Post-Graduate Therapists

Photo credit: Lisa L. Midles

Supervision enhances knowledge and skills among mental health professionals.
It’s an exciting time for encouragement and growth as one earns licensure to practice independently, as well as to pursue further professional ambitions. Karen’s supportive and comfortable atmosphere promotes a meaningful learning experience.

Work to integrate theoretical concepts to theoretical modalities. Develop psychiatric evaluation skills as well as further knowledge of the DSM-V. Discuss cultural and family topics to enhance your cultural competency and learn how to deal with difficult client behaviors.

Intimidation and feelings of insecurity are common for therapists seeking supervision, since feedback will be given for observed clinical practice. Karen approaches those being supervised as colleagues and professionals from whom she can learn as well. She seeks to understand the best way each therapist learns, and strives to ensure a productive experience in a supportive and non-judgmental manner.

Supervision enhances knowledge and skills among mental health professionals.

Karen’s philosophy is to help you reach your professional goals, to gain the confidence and experience necessary to become an outstanding independent therapist. With acceptance, validation, and humor Karen works to empower therapists with knowledge to draw upon for many years.

Individual and group supervision is available.