The psychologists at Groundwork Therapy have extensive experience providing supervision and consultation to psychologists and psychiatrists in training and in practice. These sessions are typically 45 minutes in length.
We approach supervision similarly to therapy, creating a collaborative, mutually curious space to explore and more deeply understand clinical cases. We utilize a relational model of supervision, which includes examining the supervisory relationship and exploring parallels between this relationship and the therapist’s relationship with those clients discussed.
We take a collegial and informal approach to clinical consultation. Case consultation will provide you the opportunity to deepen your clinical work, gain clarity around treatment goals and interventions, get “unstuck,” and/or help you feel re-engaged with your clinical cases. We provide a supportive, judgment-free space to better understand countertransference reactions, “imposter syndrome,” and/or any personal insecurities that inhibit you from being the most effective clinician.