Clinical Supervision Services
Elizabeth Venart provides consultation to counselors at various stages of their professional development. Her approach to supervision is, like her counseling style, rooted in a humanistic, relational framework. While she draws upon her experience and training to provide clinicians with a variety of concrete strategies to strengthen their work, her primary focus is on the quality of the relationship between counselor and client—and any obstacles to empathy and mindfulness. From there, Elizabeth invites counselors to listen deeply to clients and their stories and to trust themselves and their intuition more fully.
To learn more about clinical consultation services provided by Elizabeth Venart, contact her at email@example.com or 215-542-5004.
Supervision is available to therapists who are interested in learning how to integrate somatic interventions into their work. The therapist will learn how to use his or her body as an instrument in the therapeutic process, as well as how to help their clients access their own bodily resources. For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact Jodi Schwartz-Levy at 215-370-7878 or JodiLevy@mac.com.
Kim Vargas provides supervision for both new and experienced social workers. Kim really enjoys helping new clinicians to discover their own therapeutic style and to understand their own reactions to their client’s thoughts and feelings. She assists therapists in integrating their classroom learning with their work in the actual therapy room. For more experienced therapists, Kim provides case consultation and ongoing clinical support.
For more information about Kim’s supervision services or to schedule an appointment, please contact her at 267-568-7846 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura Eubanks Gambrel, Ph.D., LMFT, RPT provides clinical supervision for marriage and family therapists. Laura enjoys working with supervisees to deepen clinical skills, conceptualization, and effectiveness in a way that is congruent with the self of the therapist. She is most grounded in experiential and mindfulness-based approaches, and has experience working in a variety of settings with diverse clients. She can provide all hours needed for LMFT licensure.
To learn more about Laura’s clinical supervision style and to see if she would be a good fit for you, call 267-518-8035 or e-mail email@example.com.
Elizabeth Venart provides training and consultation at the local, regional, and national levels on trauma and resiliency, vicarious trauma and compassion fatigue, counselor wellness, team-building in organizations, and creativity development.
Her strength lies in making the material come to life for participants through reflective exercises, dialogue, and opportunities for creative expression and the development of personal insights.
In addition to scheduled trainings, organizations can request specialized training programs on alternative counseling and wellness-related subject areas.
To learn more about Elizabeth Venart's professional trainings on trauma and resiliency, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-542-5004, or visit her website at www.elizabethvenart.com/trainings.html
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