My approach to supervision is collaborative. Supervisors wear many hats—we’re teachers, process consultants, advocates, mentors, and so much more. I strive to meet you where you are, while thinking about where you’re going and where you want to be in your profession.
I especially enjoy working with supervisees who are passionate about providing services to marginalized members of the community, such as queer and trans-identified people, immigrants, refugees, and sex workers.
I have spent my career dedicated to making counseling accessible to diverse communities. This includes emotional accessibility, cultural accessibility, physical accessibility, and financial accessibility.
I strive to do the same in supervision. There are still many barriers that new professionals from marginalized communities face when they enter the field of counseling. The first barrier I am mindful of is finances. That’s why I strive to make my supervision affordable. Hourly, I charge you the same amount you charge your typical sliding-scale client.
If it seems like we might be a good match for supervision, please contact me directly.