I am a trained licensed clinical supervisor, and I feel really lucky to have had some great supervisors in my past. It’s important to be challenged in the room. If I don’t take risks with my supervisees, then they’re not going to take risks with their clients.
A supervisee working with me can expect a safe space where questions are always welcome and they don’t have to be afraid of being vulnerable. We will set goals, I will give feedback, I will support, and I will always try to make myself readily available to my supervisees. My supervisees understand that I’m going to be giving them honest, direct and compassionate feedback while also challenging them.