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Supervision is available to therapists seeking formal guidance on clinical and ethical issues that arise through therapy work.  Supervision improves client outcomes by increasing awareness of barriers to productive work, identifying potential solutions to clinical and ethical problems, teaching and honing therapeutic skills, and providing a formal process for evaluating change among other areas of focus.  I will help you to approach your therapy work proactively, ethically, and in a way that supports a work/life balance.  I have engaged in ongoing supervision training, including obtaining the MaMHCA Massachusetts Certified Clinical Supervisor (MCCS) certification and completing the Expressive Arts Therapy and Art Therapy Supervision and Ethics series facilitated by the Trauma-Informed Practices & Expressive Arts Therapy Institute.  




Are you just starting out in private practice or been in practice for a while and want to grow your business?  Private practice is a small business, and many of us didn't receive specific education on how to run a business.  If this description fits you, coaching might help you streamline your business practices, add to your client base, increase your income, identify your niche, or expand your business.  I have been working in the field of mental health for two decades and have been in private practice for over 10 years.  


I support helping professionals with:

  • Developing a mission and business practices that align with it

  • Considering ways to streamline the "business" side of practice, including accounting, billing, records keeping and documentation

  • Building effective marketing strategies

  • Identifying a niche 

  • Design and layout of professional spaces (i.e. office, virtual)

  • Basic web design and layout, marketing strategies






I believe that a company's success depends on its people and use my clinical experience to impact change within business systems.  I offer consultation services to corporate stakeholders with a focus on supporting positive change within work environments, identifying key areas of need and plans to improve them, increase diversity, equity, and inclusion at all levels, and identify the strengths and goals of a company, its mission, and its people.  Much like in my psychotherapy work with individuals, I use a strengths and compassion based approach to view a business through the lens of how each person is a contributing part of a whole and to help businesses successfully achieve the positive changes they are looking for.

Psychologist Session


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