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    Clinical Supervision (Create & Integrate)

    When you’re juggling who you were, who you are, and who you’re becoming……you are not invisible.”

    Jessica Urlichs.

    As an LMFT, I began supervising student interns in 2012, and training license professionals (MFT’s & LPC-IT’s) in 2017, both in group and individual private practice settings. My expertise and passion is in supporting the integration of emerging business owners and licensed mental health professionals.

    As an AAMFT Approved Supervisor, I conceptualize my role as teacher, guardian, coach & mentor.  I utilize both the developmental and process models of supervison.

    The supervisory relationship ought to be respectful, competency-based, and both relationally & task-oriented. One of trust, openness, vulnerability, and commitment to quality training. 

    My goals are to help you discover your unique giftings & clinical voice, support the integration of congruent clinical practice, while establishing/maintaining the highest levels of integrity & ethical care.

    Before contracting to work together, the training candidate and supervisor should consider goodness of fit, which includes the trainee’s preparedness to practice from a systemic-relational perspective, philosophies of supervision, clinical approaches, interpersonal styles, investment in liability management, and professional goals.


    If this sounds like what you’ve been looking for, I look forward to connecting with you!