In addition to practicing psychotherapy, I provide clinical supervision, both on a private basis to licensed colleagues and, in recent years, to graduate students in training through my adjunct faculty appointment to Teachers College, Columbia University.
I’m a great believer in the value of clinical supervision well past the time it is required during graduate training. For my own clinical practice, I have been working since 2008 with a clinical supervisor on a private basis (as opposed to through a postdoctoral institute).
I consider the supervisory process essential to continuing learning, development, and self-care.
I approach the role of supervisor in a collegial manner, focused on helping colleagues formulate and work toward their goals for professional growth and development. Our work may follow a focused selection of your caseload that reflects both current clinical challenges and long-term goals for your growth as a psychotherapist, along with attention to the supervisory relationship as a microcosm of your relational concerns in treatment.
For private supervision inquiries, I welcome you to contact me.