Clinical Supervision


Deepening your skills

I provide supervision for individuals and groups. My emphasis is to provide insight into the ways that we as therapists may be caught in an unconscious entanglement with a client. I draw from the psychoanalytic theory of Projective Identification and Transference. This allows the therapist to gain awareness into the systems that may be blocking progress in therapy. Also, I introduce and teach techniques to those who may be new to a mind-body approach to psychotherapy. I supervise Hakomi students and graduates towards deepening their skills. I am available to registered counselors who are completing the required supervision hours for licensing. 

Mindfulness depends on the brain but isn’t inside the brain. Certain neural networks may be necessary for mindfulness, but mindfulness itself consists in a whole host of integrated mind-body skills.
— Evan Thompson, The Embodied Mind
Healing depends on listening with the inner ear-stopping the incessant blather, and listening. Fear keeps us chattering. It is our fear of the future that distorts the now that could lead to a different future if we dared to be whole in the present
— Marion Woodman