As a supervisor candidate on the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists’s official supervisor registry, I provide ongoing supervision for LPC interns.
The fee for supervision is $60 per fifty-minute session at my office in NW Portland.
I’ve had considerable experience working in local agency settings as well as in navigating the ins-and-outs of starting a private practice. (Which forms go where? Which hours technically count? How do I get on insurance panels? How do I market myself? How do I get a better job?) Wherever you’re working (or planning on working) in Portland, I likely know something about the culture you’re working with and how to navigate that culture’s expectations.
I am open to your unique expression of your theoretical orientation – and I want to help you find your best way to support your clients and your community (and yourself!). I’m passionate about helping newcomers to the field find their way toward thriving.
I am active in the Portland counseling community and work to stay up-to-date on research. I currently serve as managing editor of the Oregon Counseling Association’s quarterly newsletter, and regularly volunteer my time with social justice-oriented non-profits whose missions I trust (the Milton Erickson Foundation, Living Yoga, Outside In, William Temple House, the ACLU).