Perinatal Anger Webinar Series
I currently offer the following clinical webinar series for clinicians. Registration for this webinar series opens periodically, so please check back frequently for newly opened training dates. Clickable links are currently open for registration.
Perinatal Anger I: Theory & Conceptualization
- December 1, 2022
Perinatal Anger II: Clinician Self-Care & Countertransference
- December 9, 2022
I also offer the following training webinars as requested. For more information, please contact me at email@example.com.
- The Costs of Color: Working with Race-Based Trauma in a Charged Social Climate
- The Intersectionality of Our Diverse Identities
- To Thine Own Self Be True: The Intersection of Congruence and Cultural Press for Clinicians
- Transformative Connections: Experiential Approaches for Building Self-Awareness and Diversity Competence in Clinician Trainees
- Experiential Approaches to Building Race Awareness in Supervisees
- Porcupine Therapy: Effective Treatment for Maladaptive Anger
- Thriving in College: Helping African-American Females Draw Upon Spirituality to Strengthen Resilience
- Spirituality as the Inner Compass: Incorporating Spiritual Exploration Into College Counseling
Clinical Consultation & Supervision
Clinical supervision and training have long been professional passions of mine. I have experience supervising practicum trainees, predoctoral interns, postdoctoral trainees, and licensed clinicians seeking specialty supervision/ consultation.
I believe that effective and growthful supervision prioritizes modeling and encouragement of reflection, authenticity, and openness to ongoing learning. My supervision style is interactional, blending focused observation and instruction of the clinician’s chosen evidence-based theoretical orientation, collaboration with the clinician in creating opportunities for development of clinical intuition and awareness of limits of competencies, support for development of clinical competencies related to social justice and diversity, attendance to the clinician’s use-of-self practices in the therapeutic context, and support of the clinician’s unique intersection of clinical practice and personal beliefs. Supervision goals are set collaboratively, integrating supervisee identified growth edges and strengths. The supervisory alliance then serves as the foundation for establishing safety and collegiality, which supports any difficult dialogues related to competency gaps, interpersonal deficits, ethical dilemmas/ lapses, and/or diversity issues. My philosophy of supervision is grounded in a use-of-self model that blends developmental, relational, and reflective practices.
I offer clinical consultation and supervision in general psychotherapy and the specialties of women’s mental health, perinatal mental health (perinatal anger/ postpartum rage, PMADs, postpartum adjustment, and reproductive trauma/ loss), and -ism based trauma and marginalization.
To discuss possible supervision/ consultation/ mentorship rates and availability, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Well-written copy allows for clear communication to your prospective clientele, ensuring potential clients that you value and attend to details. I offer copy editing services to clinicians for their website copy, blog posts, and professional profiles. My copy editing services include review for grammar, spelling, and style. Utilizing my experience as a freelance editor and former English teacher, I can help you put your best foot forward on your professional platforms. For more information and rates, contact me at email@example.com.