Since 2005, I have been providing constructive, helpful consultation and supervision for budding and seasoned therapists. My unique training in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy provides a thorough method in assessing clients and determining effective techniques to help the therapy move forward. In addition, after spending a year-long residency at the Kripalu Center and with over 20 years of experience teaching Mindfulness, I have the ability to help clinicians build strong alliances with their clients while maintaining healthy boundaries to prevent burnout and compassion fatigue.
I completed a semester long training in Supervision in the Spring of 2005 at the Clinical Social Work Institute.
As an educator, I am on faculty at the Washington School of Psychiatry where I provide training and supervision for therapists of various expertise. I also serve as adjunct faculty at the Catholic University of America where I teach Masters level clinical courses every semester. My teaching provides me the opportunity to stay up to date on the latest research and I have the opportunity to clarify how to effectively teach and supervise.
Current Supervision Opportunities
I supervise students at the Washington School of Psychiatry where I have also provided group supervision. I have always provided evaluations for my supervisees and continually receive praise for my ability to both build confidence and also hone clinical skills.
I currently provide both individual and group supervision in my private practice.
I am a board certified supervisor for the state of Maryland and am licensed as an LICSW in DC and LICSW-C in Maryland.
Please contact me to inquire about consultation/supervision.