Getting Supervision is valuable at any stage of professional development. As therapists we manage complex and subtle dynamics that require us to continually challenge assumptions and see from new perspectives.
Professional consultation is a powerful tool for any clinician; an opportunity to “cook on more burners” and gain valuable insights into client material and one’s own countertransference. I’ve been supervising interns and established therapists since 2011.
Just as we witness with our clients, as clinicians we can benefit from a larger, facilitated space in which to reflect on the challenging dynamics we encounter in our practice. In addition to direct support with client work, supervision is flexible space in which to unpack the many layers of experience evoked by the work we do.