I’ve had the pleasure of working with stellar clinical supervisors while I was accruing my hours for licensure. I’ve learned that supervision can be a time of reflection and laughter and works best when the supervisor and supervisee can come together to build a therapeutic relationship and problem solve ways to best support their clients. In my work with associate clinical social workers, I encourage a safe space where you can hone your clinical skills and become an intentional clinical therapist.
Supervision and ongoing consultation are integral parts of a social work career. In supervision, the goal is to grow your clinical skills and also identify your strengths and areas of growth. Developing your identity as a therapist means engaging in your own emotional work, accepting challenges, honing your clinical skills, and showing yourself the grace you give so freely to your clients. If you are interested in seeing if I am a good fit for your supervisory needs, let’s chat!