Face-to-face Individual, Dyadic and Group Clinical Supervision
Individual Clinical Supervision
The supervisory relationship is important and individual supervision allows for more intense 1:1 work on your goals, hone and practice skills and address clinical issues in a safe and supportive learning environment. Some Counselors do all of their supervision hours individually, others use an mix of individual and dyadic or group. For individual supervision we meet for 1 hour generally every 1 - 2 weeks depending on your needs.
Group supervision can provide an
unique and energizing learning
context. It can give us a chance to
learn from each other through
feedback, brainstorming and allows for exposure to a wider variety of clients and clinical issues. It can also be a way to get support and additional perspectives from peers. Being able to prepare for and practice presenting cases is an added benefit. I offer group supervision to supplement the individual supervision process. Groups are limited to 3 - 8 people and each group meets for 2 hours about 2 times per month.