Supervision for Mental Health Professionals

Caspar David Friedrich, Wanderer above the Sea of Fog (d), c. 1818, Kunsthalle Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany

Clinical supervision of mental health professionals is a crucial pillar of, not only , their training but of their professional practice as well. Clinical supervision helps not only the novice therapists but the experienced ones in their growth and their efforts for providing high level services. In addition it ensures the most sound help that the recipients of the services need.

I have been involved in clinical supervision of mental health professionals in clinical and training settings since 1995.

Clinical supervision is taking place in individual, dyadic (for co-therapists), and group sessions with the frequency depending on the supervisee needs.

In addition I offer supervision to supervisors in training as well as to novice supervisors.

My work as supervisor  is based on the enriched with evolutionary psychology, attachment & temperament theories, narrative psychology, and neurosciences’ data, systemic approach.