My task as your supervisor is to listen deeply; to hear and contain what you are saying, feeling, or needing. From there, I work to organize what might be happening for you and your clients primarily through theory, but also through what I've observed as your unique posture as a clinician. From there, we can work together to strategize how to move forward practically with clients.
To understand how I work it might be helpful to see how I interact with client material in a didactic setting. Following a brief introduction, this video jumps right in to a teaching I gave during Symposia 2016 at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology called "Metaphor in Psychotherapy: A Bridge Between Thinking & Feeling."
Contact me to see if I have any open spots to supervise you individually, with a colleague or in group consultation.