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Clinical Supervision

 I am passionate about sharing what I have learned during my journey of helping others. I provide individual and group supervision to clinicians working toward licensure. Licensure supervision is limited to clinicians practicing in PENNSYLVANIA only

I received my Master of Science in School and Mental Health Counseling from University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. I have experience with individual and group therapy with adults, adolescents, and children treating depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, crisis intervention, trauma, ADHD, ASD, substance use, familial/relational issues, and other cognitive and behavioral issues. Primary treatment modalities include cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and acceptance-commitment therapy. 

Fees are as follows: 

Individual Supervision: $70 per hour 

Group Supervision: $50 per hour


Public Speaking and Workshops

Mental health research and treatment is constantly evolving. I understand that it can be difficult to keep up with the whirlwind of information and that we all need support in navigating these complex waters.

I offer workshops that are customized to fit the needs of each organization or community. Workshops promote understanding of mental health, personal and community wellbeing, and mental health advocacy. 

Recent Presentations and Workshops

Mental Health Training for Juvenile Justice


This workshop is intended to provide juvenile justice employees with information about adolescent development, common behavioral health conditions among youth involved in the juvenile justice system, child trauma and its impact on development and behavior, the critical role of family in youth's treatment and the important contributions that family members can make, practical strategies and techniques for interacting and communicating with youth, effective treatment strategies used with this population, and ensuring the well-being of juvenile justice employees. 

Suicide Prevention in Juvenile Detention and Correction Facilities


Juvenile detention centers and correctional facilities encounter a large amount of unmet mental health needs. This training reviews barriers to preventing suicides, research that illustrates the prevalence and severity of mental health concerns, and effective interventions in working with individuals with mental health concerns in justice systems. 

Mental Health and Verbal De-Escalation


The goal of this training is to increase understanding of youth and adults with mental health and substance use disorders. Through this presentation, students will increase familiarity with issues of adolescent development and how they impact youth behavior. Students will also be provided with increased knowledge of effective evidence-based interventions that can assist with improving job safery and reduce job-related stress. 

Using Telehealth in Community Health Agencies

November 2020

COVID-19 threw a number of challenges at us, the most common being losing access to in-person mental health services. This workshop illustrated the challenges of using Telehealth to treat clients in community health agencies and offered tools to effectively assess for safety, increase client engagement, and provide quality care to individuals in a virtual setting. 

Providing Effective Therapy to Individuals on the Autism Spectrum

November 2018

This 30-minute presentation focused on effective techniques used to treat individuals on the Autism spectrum. When working with ASD, it is important to understand ASD. This training illustrated the need to tailor mental health treatment to consider social skills training, sensory input, and behavioral and communication approaches. 

* If you are interested in learning more about bringing mental health awareness to your workplace or community, please complete the contact form below to discuss availability and pricing. 

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