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Clinical Supervision

Improving practice, improving lives.

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Supervision is a sacred space, much like the therapy room.  The most skilled and conscientious clinicians out there are those who are committed to clinical supervision.  No matter how much experience, learning, or certifications we may have behind us, strong therapists participate regularly in the practice of developing deep awareness of ourselves in relationship to the work we do. 

My Philosophy on Supervision
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  • Reflect deeply on your work

  • Navigate barriers and plateaus encountered in treatment
    with clients

  • Transfer theory into strong
    clinical practice

  • Advance therapeutic skill & technique

  • Develop confidence in clinical skills & personal clinical style

  • Identify and navigate ethical issues, counter-transference, & cultural issues/bias in practice

Supervision sessions focus on both issues related to your personal experience of your clinical work, and also your professional development through application of theory in practice. 

My personal style is rooted in a traditional supervision model.  I strongly believe that, as in therapy, our ability to do reflective and growth-facilitating work depends on a foundation of trust and mutual respect. 

In this role, it is my goal to help you to develop insight into your self and your work, understand and navigate barriers and triggers that come up in treatment, to expand your capacity for compassion, and to translate these insights into an enhanced ability to further your work with clients.

"Stacey has taught me so much, and equipt me with the skills I need to be an effective therapist.  I know that my patients are better off because of her insightful analysis and innovative ideas for treatment."


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