Clinical Supervision

Clinical training and supervision are provided for psychotherapists of all theoretical backgrounds and varying levels of experience who are looking to learn new ways of integrating therapeutic modalities during psychotherapy sessions.

Learn effective ways to facilitate powerful change with your patients through both experiential practice and theoretical application.

Individual Supervision

Individual supervision is a powerful way to understand the psychodynamic principles and transpersonal dynamics happening in the room. In this sacred space, each clinician moves deeply into their own healing process and emerges transformed into the next phase of their life and work in the world.

Week by week, therapists move through many layers and experience a parallel therapy process along with a concrete understanding of how to apply the experiential knowledge gained into actual clinical practice. By the end of supervision, therapists are ready to actualize a whole other level of potential healing spaces within their patients.

Group Supervision

Group supervision is offered seasonly comprised of 3-5 members in a group. In this forum, clinicians have the opportunity to present clinical cases, observe psychological phenomena, explore personal strengths and limitations, and work collectively in a group.

Various themes and scholarly reading materials are presented by the supervisor as each week progresses with reflective take-home practices. Clinicians are able to expand their healing container, become aware of individual defenses and personality structures, gain a wider access of perspectives from the group process, and attain new insights and skills.

Overarching themes expanded upon include:

I. History of American Psychology and Whole-person Psychology
II. The Role of Consciousness & Models of the Self in Psychotherapy
III. Transpersonal Psychology: History, Praxis, and Philosophy 
IV. Transpersonal Psychology: Psychotherapeutic Applications 
V. Humanistic Psychology: Therapeutic Dynamics
VI. Psychodynamic Psychology: Psychoanalytic Diagnosis and Case Formulations
VII. Clinical Intuition: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice

ClinicalTraining and Supervision

Group training and supervision are offered in seasonal 12-week series modules as a way to assist therapists in their own process of healing and transformation, to better understand their patients, the dynamics happening in the room, and to develop the ability to make moment to moment therapeutic decisions.

All trainings include theoretical principles and clinical applications with formal and informal practices.

1. Energy Medicine and Psychotherapy
Energy anatomy is studied as a way to observe how this metaphysical anatomical structure unconsciously affects our lives, how we can apply these principles to psychotherapy practice, and how to observe, assess, and conceptualize both ourselves and our patients utilizing this subtle process.

2. Shamanism and Psychotherapy
The Incan medicine wheel is studied as a way to observe and understand our physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual bodies, how they play out in daily living, and how we can clinically use this knowledge in the therapeutic process for assessment and intervention.

3. Mindfulness Meditation and Psychotherapy
Mindfulness meditation is studied as a way to approach the therapy process by observing our own relationship with particular mindfulness attitudes, how this affects psychotherapy practice, and how contemplative traditions assist an insight-orientated approach to therapy.

4. Yoga Philosophy and Psychotherapy
Yogic philosophical tenants that formulate the ethical codes of yogic philosophy are studied as a way to assess and understand underlying physiological and psychological symptoms, to observe how these ancient ethical principles and daily practices apply to our own daily life, and how they apply as psychotherapists in practice.

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