Clinical Supervision

 

You are a caring, well-trained therapist, dedicated to helping your clients find freedom from their struggles.  Seeing lives heal and flourish, creates a sense of accomplishment. But there are times clinical practice can feel isolating and lonely. Sometimes a therapist can feel stuck, needing an external view point, or a guiding hand.

 

A best practice to strengthen your clinical skills and help renew process for difficult cases is clinical supervision. We offer sessions in individual and group settings as a means new ideas, approaches, and feedback.

 

My clinical supervision methodology is based on over 20 years of in-hospital and private practice therapy with populations of all ages (three years and up!) and families and couples, helping them with issues such as trauma, C-PTSD, anxiety, depression, sex addiction, attachment problems. I am an NCBLPC Certified Qualified Supervisor and have incorporated faith integrated when requested.

 

NCBLPC-Approved Clinical Supervisor

Certificate #QS119650

Bringing over 25 years of clinical experience to new and seasoned clinicians seeking growth.

 

Clinical Supervision for:

  • NCPB Psychologist Provisional License
  • Licensed Psychologist Associate
  • Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (I am an NCBLPC Approved Supervisor)

 

Specialty areas include:

  • Children and families
  • Adult Individual Therapy
  • Integrating Psychology and Faith
  • A variety of therapeutic approaches including Gestalt, CBT, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Using Art in Therapy, Play Therapy
  • Depression, anxiety disorders, grief & loss, parenting difficulties, adoption issues, ACA (Adult Children of Alcoholics & Other Dysfunctional Families), trauma

 

Fees:

  • 1 hour Individual Supervision – $75
  • 1 hour Two-Person Supervision – $60/person (Counts as Individual Supervision by NCBLPC)
  • 2 hour Group Supervision – $50/person (5 person minimum per group)

 

Email my office, office@trypsych.com, to schedule a free 1 hour introductory meeting. This is an  opportunity for you to understand my supervision process, for me to understand your supervision-related needs and for both of us to determine if will be a good fit for each other.