Clinical Supervision and Clinical Art Therapy Supervision
We will work together to develop an approach to supervision that will best suit your needs. My practice includes art therapy supervision (ATR) and LPC supervision (Pennsylvania). As an LPC and ATR-BC, I can help you gain the hours necessary for your licensure as an LPC, and your registration as an ATR.
I am a 2014 recipient of the Delaware Valley Art Therapy Association Outstanding Supervisor Award. Being a part of another therapist’s growth and learning through supervision is an privledge and a joy for me.
What You Will Gain
Whether we use a talk-based or art-based approach, together I can help you:
- Gain new perspectives on cases
- Accumulate hours for licensure and certifications
- Acquire skills to deal with systems issues
- Develop tools for creative self care
- Get support in what can be an emotionally challenging field
- Learn what your own emotional responses indicate about your clients and how to be most effective.
Over the years my own best supervisors have been great mentors with whom I feel a sense of camaraderie and who know me well. We worked together to identify my clinical pitfalls, find humor in this wild and wonderful profession, and put things into perspective with compassion for both myself and my clients. I seek to provide the same for my own supervisees. I hope to talk with you soon.
My Areas of Expertise:
I primarily work with adults, older adults and the families that care about them and also have experience working with children. I have specialized training in the following areas:
- Trauma: Use of art therapy and EMDR
- Art and Expressive Therapy
- Caregiver issues
- Depression, anxiety, mood disorders, et al
- Grief and loss
- Chronic pain
- Chronic medical issues
- Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease
Art Therapy Group Supervision
I also offer art therapy supervision in a group. If you are interested please leave me a message here and I will contact you when a group is available.