Groups Supervision in a group can help you improve your skills by practicing interventions with other group members via role play, giving you a more realistic experience of working with individual clients, couples, and families. Group supervision also provides you with a rich experience because it offers different points of view and a network of peer support. I offer two levels of groups. One for less experienced clinicians with up to 4-5 years experience and an advanced group.
Beginner to intermediate:This group is geared toward more junior clinicians who wish to get their clinical license (LCSW, LPC) or who have been practicing independently for a few years. Clinicians with a masters in counseling and less experienced MFT's are also welcome. This group meets Wednesday mornings.
Advanced: This group is for more experienced clinicians who are interested in learning how to incorporate systemic thinking and action methods into their work. THis group meets Thursday mornings.
One-on-one Supervision/Consultation Meetings are for one hour online until we can meet in person in Montclair, NJ. We can meet one time only, weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. If we are meeting in person, you may bring in videotaped sessions for review and case presentation (videotapes must be accompanied by a release, signed by your client). Genograms and one-on-one role play are also available to supervisees to explore client/patient issues. For more information regarding available times, location and fees, contact Paula Ochs.
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