Are you confused about what’s going on with some of your patients? I offer clinical supervision for mental health professionals. Our supervisory work will provide a weekly time to develop your therapeutic skills. Most importantly, you’ll have the chance to know more about your patients’ unconscious communications. Plus, to find new ways to talk about them.
Supervision is a relationship; to give you a safe place to reveal your clinical doubts, struggles, or questions about your work. In our meetings, we’ll carefully and closely go over the details of your sessions. I’ll help you clarify what’s going on in your therapeutic relationships from moment to moment. We’ll look at your patient’s transference to you. And, we’ll find meaning and usefulness in your countertransference reactions.
Also, as a part of some difficult treatments, you might feel a therapy has stalled. Or even have doubts about whether you can help a particular patient. These are troubling therapeutic events. As a result, another pair of ears and eyes can be of great help in sorting things through.
Working out these impasses can be a part of our ongoing supervisory relationship. Or you might want to come in for a series of consultations. These sessions can help unravel what’s causing the impasse. We’ll look for solutions to move the therapy forward again.
Feel free to call with any additional questions.