Clinical supervision is available for clinicians or organizations looking for individual or group support for their staff.
Trauma-informed supervision is highly beneficial for all front line care providers working with trauma, substance use, or suicide, whether they are clinicians or not.
I have been providing trauma-informed supervision for organizations and individual providers for many years. I provide clinical supervision to human service workers working in schools, in homeless services, substance use prevention and treatment, and peer support programs, among others.
Supervision focuses on understanding the underpinnings of concerns arising with people served, strategies to best support them, as well as supporting the providers themselves to mitigate the impact of the trauma they are exposed to in the work.