I offer clinical supervision in psychoanalytic and psychodynamic psychotherapy to therapists and therapists-in-training. I work individually with clinicians to develop and strengthen their understanding of psychoanalytic theory and help them integrate and apply this knowledge to their clinical work.
I encourage clinicians to be attuned to their emotional experiences in the room and refine their use of self in session. I also assist clinicians in differentiating between their own subjective histories that may be present in the room and the more objective aspects of countertransference that may be induced in them.
I am particularly sensitive to issues of anxiety and shame that may come up for therapists, especially those still developing their clinical voice, and I work with clinicians to process these experiences in a productive and nonjudgmental way.
Integrating Psychoanalytic Approaches to Psychotherapy
Presently, I offer clinical supervision groups for therapists and therapists-in-training. These 90-minute groups are open to clinicians interested in developing their understanding and application of psychoanalytic theory to their clinical work. The groups adopt a pluralistic approach, addressing various psychoanalytic viewpoints, and they make use of readings and discussion of case material to bring these theories to life. When relevant, the groups also address here-and-now process.
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