Helping you become the clinician you’d like to be.
That’s how I see my role. Working within the frame of social work principles and values and BHEC rules, we’ll explore the theoretical orientations and practice approaches that most interest you.
We’ll also attend to the vital task of acknowledging and understanding how you’re responding to the work – your thoughts, your feelings, your questions, your concerns.
My supervision practice is informed by my years working as a corporate professional so I can help you navigate the business of clinical practice.
This may include establishing a specialty or niche, setting and negotiating fees, determining where and with whom to practice and how to market and grow your practice.
In my clinical work I draw from theoretical orientations including Modern Analysis, attachment- and trauma-informed care, mindfulness and behavioral approaches such as Problem Solving Therapy and CBT. I currently engage in ongoing training and supervision with the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies in New York City. Other training includes with the Center for Group Studies and the Austin Group Psychotherapy Society. I am also a certified Problem Solving Therapist.
If you are transitioning from a different career or role (I did, too), you may feel at home with me. I’ll take and active interest in your prior lived experience and what brought you to clinical social work. Our work together will include exploring and understanding the unique experiences of career changers and “non-traditional” paths.
If you’re an LMSW working towards your LCSW licensure, please contact me if you’d like to explore working together.