Within the world of attachment-based therapy, I believe that therapists themselves learn and develop in profound ways when they feel supported and attached. This kind of connection can happen in one-on-one settings or with groups. My hope in offering supervision and consultation is that therapists feel encouraged and challenged, not just in their work with clients but in how they are developing as helping professionals and who they are becoming as people.
Growing and developing alongside others in a variety of topic areas
A cohort-based learning opportunity including large group meetings, small group planning times, and one-on-one support
Oftentimes, clinicians and helping professionals request supervision/consultation for the following reasons: