Offering individual supervision, case conferences and consultation focusing on a variety of topics and interventions.
I have 30+ years experience as a therapist and clinical supervisor in non-profit and private practice settings.
My Style: As a supervisor and teacher, my nature lends itself to a the creation of a warm and interactive environment. I am sensitive to students’ diverse learning styles and degrees of experience. My openness, and humor help people to feel safe regardless of the material they bring to the sessions. I am deeply committed to fostering an unfolding of students’ psychological and emotional understanding of themselves as they learn to foster that in others.
My theoretical approach is an eclectic one, as I draw from my many years of experience working in a variety of community based as well as private practice settings. I am well versed in many theoretical orientations, yet, what I believe is most essential, is my openness and flexibility when navigating and collaborating on a therapeutic direction.
For several years, I have taught as an adjunct professor in the MA Psychology Dept. at CIIS and BA Dept. at Patten University. My courses included Addiction, Mental Health, Resiliency, Psychopathology, and Multicultural Counseling.
As Assistant Professor in the Community Mental Health Department at California Institute of Integral Studies, I teach and supervise students in Group Practicum.
I am the former instructor of Human Diversity in Counseling as an Adjunct Instructor at Holy Names University.
I teach Understanding Anxiety and Depression within the Kaiser Adult Behavioral Health Dept. in Oakland, CA.