Clinical Supervision

Clinical Supervision

My work in supervision is guided by the Relational and Developmental Models. This means you will receive ethical support, as you fulfill clinical and administrative tasks. I consider each person’s stage of development and culture to inform our clinical supervision sessions. Consequently, my supervision approach is trauma informed. This approach is strengthened by my training in EMDR and other evidence based treatments. The specific techniques that will be used in supervision will be based on your learning style. An assessment will be provided at the beginning of supervision to help you identity your unique learning style.


I enjoy working as an adjunct supervisor to therapists who are working in community agencies, who may require another perspective outside the agency. Most importantly, supervision will follow a consultancy format. It will include case conceptualization presentations, review of literature, regulations and ethics codes as needed. This approach will offer new therapists the opportunity to strength their therapeutic skills, and gain confidence to overcome personal challenges as they arise in therapy.



Knight, C (2017). The mutual aid model of group supervision, The Clinical Supervisor, 36:2, 259-281, DOI: 10.1080/07325223.2017.1306473

Taibbi, R (2013). Clinical supervision: a four-stage process of growth and discovery. Families International, Inc. Wisconsin

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