Clinical Supervision for Psychotherapists and Psychoanalysts
My supervisory goal first and foremost is to provide a safe and supportive context. Safety is the paramount condition to allow you the freedom to explore and develop your work with clients as well as a sense of yourself as a therapist.
Having trained as psychoanalyst within the context of the Relational psychoanalytic community in New York, I am particularly interested in exploring the role of the therapist’s countertransference in the therapeutic interaction – the anxieties it creates in the therapist and its uses in directing the therapist’s engagement in treatment process.
In addition, I have a particular interest in dissociation and enjoy working with supervisees who work with clients who present with persistent dissociative processes.
My commitment is to provide an encouraging, trusting and non-judgmental holding environment in which you can explore and process your work with your clients. My goal is to foster openness and collaboration to allow a fine-tuned attention to the clinical detail so that you can develop a full and deep understanding of the therapeutic interaction with each individual client.
I want and expect you to have a rich and vital learning experience.
Small Group Supervision
Engaging clinical theory and clinical process within a group is an exciting and challenging way to foster the expansion and deepening of your therapeutic knowledge. Sharing your skills and expertise, and learning from the different perspectivesof others is a rich, rewarding, enjoyable and cost-effective way to grow as a therapist.
I have provided clinical supervision from a relational perspective to individuals and groups since 2006.