I love supervising and consulting! I have fifteen years of experience supervising interns and licensed professionals. I have supervised individuals and groups at agencies, hospitals, and Cal Poly Humboldt in the master's program for counseling psychology. Currently, I teach and supervise at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA.
My supervision style, akin to my clinical style, is warm, engaging, supportive, reflective, and person-centered. Creating a safe, supportive, collaborative, and fun supervision relationship is critical for personal and professional growth. We are able to fulfill greater potential when we feel connected, supported, and seen. My supervision approach is informed by reflective practice principles and ranges from collaborative to directive depending on the needs and wants of the supervisee. I am a Certified Supervisor in Emotionally Focused Therapy and trained in Reflective Practice. The modalities and interventions that most influence my clinical approach include emotionally focused therapy, internal family systems, person-centered, reflective practice, trauma-responsive, somatic/experiential, mindfulness, and psychodynamic.