I have been providing clinical supervision for over ten years. I am an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and have also taught the AAMFT Approved Supervisor Refresher Course. I am a clinical supervisor and faculty member at Denver Family Institute (DFI), which is a post-graduate certificate program in marriage and family therapy. DFI has a strong value of utilizing video and live observation of clinical work and I find that I am most useful when I can give feedback utilizing these methods. I strive to build a sense of safety and trust in supervision. I value transparency and attunement in the supervisory relationship. As a supervisor, I use video review, role plays, and exploration of self-of-the-therapist issues to help supervisees build their clinical skills and grow as clinicians.
Supervision in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
I am an ICEEFT Certified EFT Supervisor who can provide supervision toward certification in EFT. I provide individual supervision approved to meet the requirement to become an ICEEFT certified therapist.
Currently I facilitate two EFT Supervision groups. Group membership is capped at six clinicians in order to maintain time for experiential learning. Video review, role plays and live observation of cases are modalities used in group supervision. My office has two one-way mirrors available offering the opportunity for clinicians to bring clients for a session to receive in-the-moment feedback.
LMFT, LCSW, LPC Supervision
As an AAMFT Approved Supervisor who is licensed in the state of Colorado as a marriage and family therapist and clinical social worker, I am approved to provide clinical supervision toward licensure in Colorado for LMFT, LCSW, and LPC candidates.