Are you a mental health professional working toward licensure? I am a Clinical Supervisor for mental health professionals who are working toward LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) licensure in Oregon and who are registered as Interns with the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists (OBLPCT).
I use a developmental and collaborative approach to supervision, with the goal of helping you grow as a professional through supporting the development of your individual therapeutic orientation, style, professional identity, and competence.
To this end, my role as a supervisor can include teaching, evaluating, consulting, and counseling. Throughout the supervisory relationship, I help you develop your skills in the following areas: counseling and therapeutic interventions, case conceptualization, screening and assessment, theory and applied knowledge, treatment planning, client education, ethical and professional standards, personal growth and awareness, and the ability to create and maintain effective therapeutic relationships.
For more information about my Clinical Supervision services, please phone me at 503-545-6312 or email me. I’m happy to answer any questions you may have.
All mental health professionals experience difficulties, challenges, and even conflicts in the regular course of their work. Clinical consultation can be an invaluable resource and support to help you feel more confident in your clinical practice, to provide you with feedback and perspective on difficult cases, and to help you develop clarity regarding the personal and professional issues that arise in the course of your work.
If you are a mental health professional looking for support or feedback for your practice, I am happy to provide ongoing or one-time clinical consultation and support in the following areas:
- Difficult or complex client cases
- Dual diagnosis cases (co-occurring mental health and substance use conditions)
- Assessment and treatment of subtle addiction issues (co-dependence, relationship/love addiction, behavioral addictions, etc.)
- Process-experiential counseling approaches
- Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) and interpersonal counseling approaches
- Problems with professional burn-out and compassion fatigue
- Vicarious traumatization (also known as secondary trauma or trauma exposure response)
- Practice development & practice management
- Professional development and work/life balance
If your professional practice could benefit from feedback or support in any of these areas, please give me a call at 503-545-6312 or email me. I’m happy to answer any questions about my clinical consultation services, or to schedule an in-person or phone consultation with you.