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As a registered psychotherapist and clinical supervisor, I offer clinical supervision services to therapists at all stages of their careers. I provide a transdiagnostic focus through the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Trauma-Informed and Stabilization Treatment (TIST) model, prioritizing helping therapists gain a deeper understanding of personal and professional difficulties that may hinder their ability to work effectively with their clients.


While protocols and techniques are important, I believe that the therapeutic relationship and the therapist's ability to adapt to the client's unique needs are paramount. Therefore, I am committed to helping therapists develop their clinical skills and enhance their ability to provide client-centred care that is tailored to each client's unique needs.

My clinical supervision services include:

  1. Case consultation and review: I work with therapists to review their cases and provide feedback on their clinical skills and interventions, with a focus on ACT and TIST principles.

  2. Professional development: I offer ongoing education and support to help therapists gain a deeper understanding of ACT and other evidence-based practices, and to stay up-to-date on the latest research and best practices in the field.

  3. Ethical guidance: I help therapists navigate ethical dilemmas and ensure that their work adheres to the highest standards of professional conduct, with an emphasis on applying ACT and TIST principles to ethical decision-making.

  4. Personal growth and self-care: I believe that self-care and personal growth are essential to effective therapy practice, and I provide support and guidance in these areas as well, with a focus on the ACT model's emphasis on values-based living.

At my practice, I am committed to providing high-quality supervision that supports the growth and development of therapists at all stages of their careers. My approach is grounded in the ACT model's principles of mindfulness, values, and acceptance, and I strive to create a safe and supportive environment where therapists can deepen their understanding of themselves, their clients, and their practice.

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