LCSW Board-Certified Supervision

Improve your clinical social work practice

Clinical supervision should be fulfilling, thought-provoking, and safe. Not only is it a requirement for clinical licensure, but it is also a valuable space to strengthen your practice. My experience is with adolescent, adult, family, and group populations, and I have worked in government, hospital, non-profit, and high school settings. My heart is in community-based social work and school social work, and these experiences have greatly influenced my practice.

I practice from an eclectic orientation, largely influenced by the Relational Feminist model, Attachment theory, and consistently strength-based. I also like to incorporate interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Brainspotting, and mindfulness perspectives. Most recently, I have trained in the DEEP approach with Candyce Ossefort Russell, LPC-S, which is based on Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), Attachment theory, and Humanist psychology concepts. I believe that thorough personal introspection is vital to providing high quality clinical social work services, and that supervision can assist in this process.

Most importantly, I value the process of collaborating with and guiding other social workers through the challenges and joys of clinical social work. I benefited from high quality clinical social work supervision and I am enthusiastic about offering the same level of quality to social workers interested in pursuing clinical licensure.

Supervision with me is a combination of group and individual sessions, and I am currently accepting new member applications for my supervision group, which is a $75/hour group rate ($100/hour individual rate).

For more information regarding the process of Texas Clinical Social Work licensure, please see the licensing rulebook for Social Work on the  Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners site. Additionally, you may contact me with questions.
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