For a psychotherapist, supervision is as important as continuing education. Successful supervision is multifaceted. It provides alternative ways to understand and interact with our clients’ complex problems. It keeps us alert to personal issues that can cloud our ability to remain effective and professional. It invites us to reflect on our own process and thereby provides a forum to grow as individuals.
As a clinical supervisor for a small mental health clinic in Boston, I’ve spent hundreds of hours supervising psychotherapists, both newer professionals and those with years of practice. I have experience dealing with the administrative issues of agency work as well as the documentation requirements for insurance panels. I offer individual consultations, supervision groups and in-service trainings.
Focus of Clinical Supervision:
- I integrate a psychodynamic model with attachment theory, Internal Family Systems, The Tapas Acupressure Technique, dream interpretation, neuro psychology and plain common sense.
- I am well versed in trauma, anxiety disorders, bi-polar disorder, grief/loss, relationship issues and binge eating
Focus of Administrative Supervision:
- I can help you learn to develop treatment plans and write session notes that accurately reflect the best practice you deliver in a way that insurance companies understand.
- This will help you maximize the possibility of getting approval for the number of sessions you need and pass potential audits.