Supervision & Consultation
Informed by the IFS model, I believe our lived experiences shape the way we see the world, how we determine who is safe, how we judge ourselves (and others), and how we develop the stories we tell ourselves based on our culture and early family relationships. My role is to assess the supervisee’s understanding of concepts and skills, and awareness of their relationship between supervisee’s Self and their parts. I enjoy helping my supervisees to understand their own and their clients’ parts better, engaging in role playing, and sharing personal stories. Above all, I privilege a “Best fit criteria”, making sure to honor the needs of the supervisee and the wider contexts of therapy and supervision.