Clinical supervision is a way of cultivating accountability to our clients and ourselves as counselling practitioners. Whether you’re a student who is just beginning your journey into this profession, or a seasoned practitioner with years of experience, clinical supervision can assist you to deal effectively with transference and countertransference issues, address and prevent vicarious trauma and compassion fatigue, and get new perspectives on the direction of treatment with your clients.
I work from a person-centered supervision model, focused on building your resiliency, self-awareness, and professional skills. Supervision is a place not only to discuss difficult cases, but also to obtain new resources, learn new skills, and receive support.
I have nearly a decade of counselling experience, including supervision work with counselling practicum students, trainees, and mental health professionals.
Areas of specialty include:
- Trauma, Addictions and Mental Health
- Childhood sexual, emotional and physical abuse
- Intimate partner violence
- Sexuality, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
- Attachment issues
- Person-centered counselling
- Anti-oppressive practice in counselling