Who are you as a healer? How do you want to be of service? What is the essence of what you bring to the work that you are passionate about? My intention as a supervisor is to support each individual in furher uncovering and discovering their uniqueness as a healer, and as an artist healer. If you are interested in more firmly rooting yourself in your own gifts as a psychotherapist and also in learning learning skills of using Expressive Arts Therapy and Drama Therapy to facilitate healing and well-being, I'd be delighted to speak with you about the possibility of working as your supervisor or consultant. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT #43996) and Clinical Supervisor, I love supporting new psychotherapists in their journey towards discovering and cultivating their unique gifts, skills and approaches to healing work. My own approach to therapy is an eclectic mix of mindfulness-based and body-based practices integrated with Expressive Arts and Drama Therapy that I weave together to support and deepen the individuals and groups I serve as needed. In supervising others, my approach is to assist you in finding your own authentic style while offering tools, suggestions and guidance to support your unfolding as a healer.
Are you looking for a training that will replenish and inspire your team, while promoting healthy connections amongst staff members? Are you interested in learning about how the arts can complement and amplify the therapeutic work you are doing with your clients? Are you wondering how multiple arts modalities can be utilized in trauma-informed ways with a variety of populations? Is there a specific arts modality that you would like to learn more about for use with specific population? As a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist and Registered Drama Therapist for over 25 years, I delight working with you to design Expressive Arts and Drama Therapy trainings to meet the specific needs of your staff.