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*Students and Professionals seeking a Clinical Supervisor, or an Internship as part of their professional development
*Counsellors who are able to provide Clinical Supervision and Internships for Professionals and Students
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Clinical Supervisors and Internships
Distance supervision, consultation, and professional support
Supervision or “snoopervision”?
Me, I won’t put up with snoopervision for 2 minutes. I’ve not worked without supervision for more than a few weeks.
It is there to provide what a counsellor needs in order to be the best possible counsellor they can be.
If that means talking through a therapeutic relationship, or a particular session, so be it. If it means discussing the ethics of the situation, so be it. And if it means dealing with some of the counsellors “own stuff”, then that is appropriate, too. So is sharing experience and resources.
Until a year ago, I was directing and developing counsellor training programs in the UK. I provided group supervision and oversight for approximately half the students. Multiply by 10 years; that is a lot of supervising. In addition, I had (still have) a private counselling practice and a small, international group of supervisees.
Qualifications and things? PhD from UBC in philosophy, applied ethics. That sometimes comes in useful. Research MA in counselling from the University of East Anglia. Post graduate diplomas from UEA in person-centered counselling and in experiential psychotherapy (which means “focusing”). RCC. Senior Registered Accredited Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. Certified Focusing Professional. And I publish quite regularly. (Articles are on the website.)
I work mostly by telephone and e-mail—because I live in Clearwater—and I find it really does work. I use focusing in a gentle sort of way, but what I mostly say is: This is counsellor-centered supervision…
Clive Perraton Mountford, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Clinical Supervision Available – West Vancouver / Vancouver / Rural
Peggy Clarkson, MA,ATR,RCC,RCAT- Registered Clinical Counselor, Registered Art Therapist
Services: Clinical Supervision/Consultation/Workshops
Area: West Vancouver/Vancouver/Rural, isolated regions
Type: In person, Small groups, SKYPE/telephone
Specializations: Trauma, Aboriginal Health, Art Therapy, Women, Children and Families
With over 17 years of clinical supervisory experience, both rural, isolated and urban, I am seeking to offer services both within my office in West Vancouver as well, as via telephone and/or Skype.
A registered art therapist, and registered clinical counselor, I look forward to meeting you to discuss further services.
I offer a FREE 15 minute consultation to discuss your needs and my skills and experience to ensure best fit with your practice.
Clinical Supervision Available – East Vancouver
Sharon Priest-Nagata, M.Ed., RCC is available for individual or group supervision in East Vancouver. I have extensive experience in private practice and community service agencies working with a wide variety of adolescents and adults. I am fully trained in Self Regulation Therapy and am happy to provide supervision for those attempting to integrate body psychotherapy into your talk-therapy practice. Contact: Sharonpn@telus.net
Clinical Supervision Available – Chilliwack
Pauline Kesteven, Hon. B.A. B.Ed M.A. M.Ed Cht CCC RCC offers clinical supervision for counsellors, as well as individual, couples and family counselling. Details regarding her private practice Lighting Pathways Counselling and Hypnotherapy can be located at www.lightingpathways.com.
Pauline Kesteven has worked in many employment settings including Addictions programs and treatment, community services agencies, secondary school, youth programs, and family programs. Pauline can be contacted through her website contact form or by calling 604-795-7284.
Clinical Supervision Available – Richmond
As a senior art psychotherapist, I am now in a position to offer clinical consultation and supervision to counselors and art therapy students in the art of human service. Each year, I am also offering Clinical Arts Psychotherapy Diploma training in Canada and China. Training combines elements of multiple disciplines: General Psychology, Depth and Transpersonal Psychology, Arts Therapy, Creative Theory, Aesthetic Theory, Western and Eastern Philosophy, Left and right brains function. My holistic Body Mind Spirit approach resides in integrating different therapeutic arts processes including language, painting, sculpture, sand-box, play, music and poetry.
I have 25 years clinical experience around Mental Health issues: Depression, Phobias, Early Psychosis and addiction; and trauma relates to PTSD, Domestic violence and abuse, adjustment and attachment disorder. I am also specialized in right brain visual learning, promote and design personal therapeutic and educational program for children with special needs: such as Autism, Syndromes, learning Delays & ADHD.
Lau, Sze-oi Lucia, Ed.D, RCC, Art Therapist, Expressive Arts Therapist
Tel.: 604-723-1998 E-mail: email@example.com
Clinical Supervision Available – Surrey
I have worked in the counselling field for over 20 years. I practised as a therapist in a wide range of settings from multiple theoretical perspectives. I have been trained in various modalities such as CBT, solution-focused, strengths-based, narrative perspective, family systems, behavioural family therapy, and many other areas. My intention is to apply a particular perspective/modality which will meet the needs of my clients/supervisees. I have sound knowledge and experience of working in multicultural settings both as a therapist and a supervisor. I specialize in working with anxiety, depression, domestic violence, marital discord, relationships issues, diversity issues, and any child protection concerns. I work with children, adolescents, and adults. A majority of my clinical practice was in school (School Counsellor) and mental health settings with various community agencies. I have also worked and trained outside Canada for several years. I worked in the United Kingdom for 12 years as a therapist.
I believe that clinical supervision is a collaborative process between the supervisor and the supervisee. I am a graduate of City University of Seattle (Masters in Counselling) which enriched my knowledge in clinical supervision thoroughly. I am available to offer clinical supervision to practising therapists and counselling students. A sliding scale cost can be negotiated for counselling students.
Sukhvinder Rangi Counselling Services
Sukhvinder Rangi, RCC (Registered Clinical Counsellor # 8352)
7120 148B Street, Surrey, BC, V3S 0X3
Unpaid Internship Position in Victoria
BC FAMILIES IN TRANSITION is a non-profit organization that has operated in downtown Victoria for 34 years. We provide counselling and therapy in a variety of formats, for adults and children, teens, couples, families, and groups, in addition to legal information and other related services. Over the past years we have greatly expanded our counselling services, and we involve unpaid interns and volunteers extensively in our Counselling Team.
The specific involvement and hours of the intern can be negotiated, and can potentially include group counselling as well as daytime and evening hours for individual, couple, and family therapy.
You would be working closely with a team of other therapists in a positive and welcoming environment. You would be supervised in the following ways: (1) by a Registered Clinical Counsellor in-house, (2) by an internationally-recognized family therapist (Allan Wade, Ph.D., R.C.C.), and (3) if you’re interested, by a child therapy specialist (Bruce Tobin, Ph.D., R.C.C., A.T.R.).
BC Families in Transition is committed to providing the highest possible standard of service to all clients, of all ages. We rely heavily on teamwork and invite enthusiastic and innovative counsellors to contact us.
Contact: Richard Routledge, M.A., R.C.C. #2394, Executive Director
BC Families in Transition
899 Fort Street, Victoria, BC V8W 1H6
Phone: 250-386-4331 / Toll-Free: 1-877-386-4333
AAMFT Approved Supervisor offering Clinical Supervision and Consultation in Greater Victoria
I am an approved supervisor with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and have been providing supervision and consultation to professionals for over 20 years. Although I draw from a wide range of theories and models, my thinking, practice and supervision are most influenced by Family Systems Theory. Supervision time can be one on one or in a group format. All formal supervision hours can be credited toward application for Clinical Fellowship with AAMFT and BCAMFT.
For more information please feel free to contact me
Clinical Supervision & Consultation – Victoria & Vancouver Island
I have worked in the field of psychology and education for over 30 years. During this time I have developed a holistic and practical approach to supervision. The cultivation of a trusting collegial alliance is enhanced by a very effective 5S model of Supervision: Structure, Strengths, Skills, Support, and Sustainability. I have trained in (and teach) a range of modalities, including CBT, brief and solution-focused, strengths-based, REBT, Hakomi, EFT, contemplative, choice theory and reality therapy, brain-based learning, EMDR, and a variety of other areas. This expansive perspective allows me to better focus on and attend to your particular needs.
You will find me well-organized, reliable, kind, compassionate, insightful, creative, and extremely attentive.
I offer individual as well as group supervision.
Please visit my website to learn more about my Learned Happiness model. www.LilliRuthRosenberg.com
Feel free to call or email; I am happy to answer your questions.
AAMFT Approved Supervisor Offering Supervision and Consultation – New Westminster
As a Registered Clinical Counsellor, Registered Marriage and Family therapist, and a Certified Canadian Counsellor, I have over 20 years of private practice experience. For most of those years, I have provided supervision and consultation to counselling students and therapists in private practice, in agencies, and in the fields of education, health and wellness.
I have taught counselling courses and also those with an emphasis on spirituality in counselling. My focus to supervision is systemic and my primary orientation is the purposeful, process-oriented and humanistic approach of Adlerian psychology. This theoretical model provides me with the foundation that helps me adapt to diverse models of therapy.
The relationship between you and I is a priority and my philosophy of interaction is apparent in my respectful and transparent attitude and dialogue. My desire is a collaborative, mutual, co-operative generation of ideas from a varied range of cognitive-behavioral, experiential, holistic, interconnected and intrapsychic perspectives.
As my individual, couple and family clients present with a diverse range of issues and challenges, I have varied and inclusive experience. My supervisees present their client issues from a broad range of theoretical approaches. I welcome the exploration of spiritual issues and spiritual energy as a resource for progress and healing.
Supervision and consultation is an enjoyable aspect of my work and I look forward to discussing more with you.
Contact me at 604-520-1002 or through my web site at www.gloriamcarter.com
Benefit from my 26 years in private practice as a Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in sexual and relationship therapy. I use a systemic approach in my therapy and have been trained by David Schnarch in the Sexual Crucible Model. I conduct my supervision using the Satir approach, having been mentored by John Banmen, and I have experience supervising therapists with a broad range of theoretical orientations. I incorporate mind-body approaches in my clinical work and my supervision, and I am a regular faculty member for the Canadian Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BC Division).
The fee for supervision is $120 per hour (a reduced rate may be negotiated for ongoing supervision). The office is located at Broadway & Cambie in Vancouver; supervision is also available at Boundary Road and Marine Drive.
Supervision offered – Vancouver Centre
I am available to provide supervision for counsellors and psychotherapists. I have both taught counselling and developed a peer counselling model. I have over 30 years of experience in many different agencies. I have worked with mental health, prison system, forensic, Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic, and private practice. Much of my later work has been with gay clients, HIV-AIDS work, and forensic clients. My basic approach is non-directive. Seeking supervision can be costly, because of this I have developed a sliding scale for all supervisees beginning at $5.00 per hour. Feel free to contact me at 778 320 4850 or firstname.lastname@example.org Bill Coleman
Supervision and Consultation Available – Lower Fraser Valley
As a senior counsellor and psychotherapist, I am now in a position to offer clinical consultation and supervision to counsellors and students in the art and practice of counselling. As a writer and wordsmith, I offer my services as a copy editor and proof-reader. With 28 years in private practice and a life long integral relationship to C.G. Jung’s Depth Psychology, I have a wealth of experience and hard won wisdom to draw upon.
Serving the Lower Fraser Valley in private practice since 1983, I have worked with children, individual adults, couples and families in a wide range of human difficulties using expressive therapies and collaborative dialogue. While my primary orientation and affinity is Jungian, my operational style is eclectic, humanistic, and practical. Matters to do with the courts or with custody and access reports are now outside my scope of practice.
Unfortunately practicum and internship placements cannot be accommodated.
K. Lynette Walker, M.A., RCC #189 Tel: 604-534-8247
Langley, B.C. E-mail: email@example.com
Supervision Available – Vancouver
I have over thirty years experience in the counselling field and have been in private practice since 1987. My knowledge and practice spans a wide range, including, inner work practices, mindfulness, Jungian analysis, body-oriented therapies, group work, gestalt therapy, and process-oriented work. Existential, humanistic, Daoist, and Zen philosophies are strong threads underlying my work.
I am Senior Faculty/Program Coordinator in the City University of Seattle’s Masters in Counselling Program in Vancouver BC. As well, I have published extensively and presented at national and international conferences.
I very much enjoy doing supervision/consulting work and would be happy to discuss possibilities with you.
Avraham Cohen, Ph.D., R.C.C., C.C.C.
Private Practice Psychotherapy and Counselling
Clinical Supervision and Consultancy – Vancouver and the Sunshine Coast
I offer supervision to practicing Counsellors and Psychotherapists. I have over 20 years experience of working as a Clinical Counsellor, Psychotherapist and Supervisor in private practice and the Voluntary sector. For 10 years I was tutor on Masters programs in Gestalt, Integrative and Person Centered Psychotherapy in the UK. I specialized in teaching Research on these programs and was visiting tutor for Gestalt Psychotherapy programs in Norway and Malta. Alongside teaching on the Masters I ran a Diploma course in Clinical supervision. This course was for qualified Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Psychologists and practitioners working with the helping professions.
My Integrative relational approach to supervision views the relationship between Supervisor and Therapist as being of primary importance in providing good and effective supervision. We will create a new narrative together that is aimed at facilitating your work with clients; this narrative can be deconstructed and reconstructed in the ongoing process of supervision.
I offer face to face, telephone and Skype supervision.
Group and Private Supervision - Victoria
Private supervision- I offer a wholistic, practical approach to supervision. Masters in depth/transpersonal psychology, trained spiritual companion. Expertise in relationship/ sexuality. Extensive experience in private practice with clients presenting with a diverse range of issues and challenges. Experienced group facilatator. contact firstname.lastname@example.org for no fee 30 minute get together
Supervision Offered: Surrey
Are you trained in Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) or Applied Metapsychology Life Stress Reduction (LSR)? Wanting to develop your skills using these exceptional therapeutic approaches?
Internships are available for a one-time only fee of $308 each (including HST). A 30% discount is offered to practitioners trained by this supervisor. Supervision is available to interns via email and telephone, and internships have no time limit.
Each internship provides supervision for any one of the three Applied Metapsychology Unburdening workshops, namely TIR, LSR and TIR-Expanded Applications.
Supervisor: Pauline Carey, M.A., R.C.C., Certified Trainer in Life Stress Reduction and Traumatic Incident Reduction.
Pauline achieved trainer certification in TIR and LSR in 2007, and has since introduced hundreds of people to Applied Metapsychology, via conference presentations, training workshops and published articles.
Available to supervise – Nanaimo
I have almost twenty years of private practice experience. My general orientation is humanistic and process oriented. I specialize in working with trauma, anxiety, depression, couples and children.
My approach resides in the combination of various modalities: I am certified in Hakomi Therapy (SPI), Gestalt Therapy and Art Therapy (CATA). I also have received extensive training in EMDR, Internal Family Therapy (IFS), Life Span Integration (LSI), Practical Application of Intimacy skills (PAIRS) and Play Therapy. I obtained my Masters in Psychology at Naropa University (Boulder) and bring a contemplative favour to my work.
I am available for supervision for students and therapists in person or on line. My standard fee is $90/hour with possible sliding scale.
Available to Supervise – Vancouver
With over 26 years of working in counselling agencies and private practice I am able to offer clinical supervision to therapists and students. My approach centers on an integration of Psychodynamic teachings and practice and Somatic Transformation (a developmental approach to working with stress and trauma, by Sharon Stanley). I have many years experience working with couples as well as individuals. In working with couples I integrate emotionally focused therapy, attachment theory, and a developmental approach to working with couples by Ellyn Bader. My office is in downtown Vancouver.
Delyse Ledgard RCC
I can be contacted by phone 604 329 6006, or through my website www.psychotherapy-vancouver.com
Available to Supervise – Parksville
I am an experienced therapist with a process-oriented focus, a humanistic approach, and an existential perspective. I have worked for eleven years with children, parents, and couples, using art therapy, play therapy, and talk therapy. In my work I also incorporate some aspects of body-mind therapies and hypnosis.
I am available for supervision for students and peers, both in person and on line. Fees vary depending on specifics of your situation.
Mehdi Naïmi, MA, RCAT, RCC
Registered Canadian Art Therapist
Clinical Supervision and Internship Seekers
Feb 10 – Mar 14 – Practicum Supervisors Needed – Lower Mainland & Fraser Valley
Are you or your agency interested in supervising a Master’s-level practicum student? We are looking for sites interested in taking our students May 2012, September 2012, January 2013 and beyond.
The Adler School of Professional Psychology is a graduate level professional school with a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology program. We have the privilege of partnering with many community agencies and private practitioners throughout the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley and beyond to provide high quality training experiences for our students. Please note that while the Adler School recognizes and greatly appreciates the commitment of practicum supervisors, neither practicum supervisors nor practicum students are paid for their involvement in the practicum experience. We have found that supervisors typically choose to supervise a student due to their desire to participate in the mentoring and training of a student and to offer a lower cost service option to their clientele.
Depending on the nature of your practice or agency, you would have the option to support one of the following:
1) A primary practicum – students are required to complete 200 hours of direct client contact and a total of 700 hours practicum experience.
2) A secondary practicum – typically 20-50 client contact hours, as students are obtaining training to supplement a primary practicum.
If you are interested in talking further about the possibility of partnering to accept Adler practicum students, please contact me at email@example.com or 604-482-5525. Thank you for your interest and thanks to all of you who already do such great work with our students.
Michael Mandrusiak, Psy.D., R.Psych.
Director of Training and Community Service
Adler School of Professional Psychology