I supervise, educate and consult with Master Level Social Work Learners, working towards obtaining their clinical licensure to pursue private practice and/or other clinically driven professional careers. I help social workers develop their clinical social work skills. I coach, counsel and motivate others into reaching their full potential and operating in the gifts they were naturally born with. I love doing educational and informational webinars, psycho-education, groups, and Mentoring others.
I believe that supervision is an important aspect in teaching and developing counseling skills. It is important that my students feel safe and open to address issues, ideas and concerns during the supervisory process. My supervisory style is grounded in cognitive-behavioral, psychoanalytic, and psychodynamic approach; however my niche entails treating Trauma survivors, as well as Juvenile and Adult Sex Offenders. I welcome feedback from all of my supervisee as this allows me to gain an understanding of their intrinsic potential and work to fully meet their needs.
As a supervisor it is important for me to model setting boundaries and to identify strengths and weaknesses that hinders the supervisee’s learning plan. As a supervisor, my goal is to address any concerns that the counselor may have, during the supervision session. While supervision is not counseling, it is important to address personal issues that may impact the counselor in training, and client relationship, or the supervisor and client in training relationship.