Supervision, Training & Consultation

Supervision and/or consultation is an important part of any counselor/therapist's journey, both pre-and post-licensure/certification. I am family systems and play therapy trained. I am registered as an approved supervisor with the Licensed Professional Counselor's association of Georgia and hold supervisor status with the Association for Play Therapy.


My approach to supervision is person centered and developmental, focusing on the needs of each individual to facilitate learning, competency, and personal growth. I offer supervision/consultation individually and in pairs for licensed counselors, counselors in training (pre-licensure), play therapy registration, and teachers who work with children. Supervision may involve discussion, videotapes, audiotapes, and/or other images (artwork, sandtray pictures, etc.), observation, experiential work, etc.


Supervision/consultation issues include, but are not limited to:

  • Conceptualization

  • Evaluation and diagnosis

  • Treatment planning and intervention

  • Ethics

  • Self-examination and personal growth

  • Use of self as a therapist

  • Self care (family of origin issues, dealing with life transitions and challenges,

  • Balance between personal and professional life, secondary trauma, integrity)

  • Preparation for court testimony

  • Working in residential treatment

  • The journey toward licensure


I offer individual and paired supervision (considered individual supervision by the Ga. Composite board)

Cost: $120 per clinical hour for individual supervision: (60 minutes)   

          $ 50 each per clinical hour for paired supervision (60 minutes)


Use the following links for specific certification/licensure criteria.


LPC (Georgia composite board of PC's, MFT's and SW’s)

RPT (Association for Play Therapy)



Workshops/ presentations and training I have conducted include:

  • Sexuality and sexism in advertising

  • Stress management

  • Stresses of childhood and adolescence

  • Women in counseling

  • Changing roles of women in film & TV

  • Special issues in counseling gays and lesbians

  • Group cohesiveness & basic tasks of the group therapist

  • ADHD in children and adolescents

  • Emotions and well-being

  • Play therapy: it takes a lot of slow to grow (introduction to play therapy)

  • The hardest job you'll ever love (stresses resulting from the birth of twins)

  • Looking for meaning in children's art

  • Sand tray therapy

  • Reactive attachment disorder

  • Gender sensitivity in health care

  • How to communicate effectively with kids

  • Structural model of personality & defense mechanisms

  • A curiosity of the sexes: variables of sex & gender

  • Using play in therapy

  • Understanding metaphor


Training modules range from one hour in-services to two-day introductory workshops in play therapy.



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