Completing EMDR training can be daunting enough, but then there's the prospect of using it with your clients, tracking their progress, keeping track of your consultation hours, and making sure you take care of your body so that your practice can continue for years. Here are my favorite tools from the last six years of EMDR work. Read the show notes at www.supportivesupervision.com
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Season 2 Episode 17: Flexibility, Transparency, and Supervision with Laura Wood
1:12:15Laura Wood, one of my colleagues and co-consultants/facilitators in EMDR, has one of the most fascinating brains I've ever come across. Every time we get together, I learn something so profound from her just being her awesome self! For this podcast, we talk about flexibility, why it's important, when it's beneficial to be transparent with supervisees, and how the supervision process is transformative for all parties involved because of that flexibility and transparency. You don't want to miss this!
Season 2 Episode 16: Creativity in Therapy and Supervision with Allie Joy, LPC
57:15This week, I sit down with my good friend and accomplice in the CT therapy world- Allie Joy! Allie is an art therapist specializing in work with families, teens, and young adults, and she recently created a clinical supervision component to her practice. We discuss some of her experiences in supervision, her approach to clinical supervision with others, and ways to ethically incorporate creativity as a therapist and as a supervisor. Plus, she shares some key info about becoming a registered art therapist!
Season 2 Episode 15: Developmental Supervision with Chaz Franke, LCSW
49:57This week, I talk to a new friend, Chaz Franke, LCSW about the developmental process of supervision and how it helps both parties grow. We also touch on a mutual favorite work, Trauma Stewardship, and what it means to show up authentically in supervision.
Season 2 Episode 14: The Right Tools for EMDR
35:47Completing EMDR training can be daunting enough, but then there's the prospect of using it with your clients, tracking their progress, keeping track of your consultation hours, and making sure you take care of your body so that your practice can continue for years. Here are my favorite tools from the last six years of EMDR work. Read the show notes at www.supportivesupervision.com
Season 2 Episode 13: EMDR Culture
57:06This week, I talk about the roots of EMDR and how they have shaped the culture (good, bad, and neutral) of the EMDR world today. I encourage you to listen closely, and if you have a story to tell about your own experiences with EMDR culture, I would love to hear from you!
Season 2 Episode 12: Finding the Right EMDR Basic Training for You
41:30I build upon last week's episode by talking about what to look for in an EMDR Basic Training, some pitfalls to watch out for, questions to ask, and ways to ask for support in receiving the training. If you have any interest in becoming an EMDR therapist, or you just want to learn more about the mysterious world of EMDR, this is a great resource!
Season 2 Episode 11: What to Know Before Getting EMDR Trained
54:24Have you ever thought about getting trained in EMDR? It's an intensive, amazing training that is definitely different than any other, and is not for the faint of heart. Join me as I talk about the things most people don't know before getting trained in EMDR, and avoid any of the pitfalls I didn't know about when I was a new EMDR therapist. Definitely listen to this episode before enrolling in EMDR Basic Training!
Season 2 Episode 10: Why EMDR Consultation is NOT Clinical Supervision
39:09This week, I talk a little bit more about the EMDR consultation process and how it should be different than the Clinical Supervision process, although the fact that both involve case conceptualizations means there may be some minimal overlap. This is key for anyone who wants to get EMDR trained, or who has been EMDR trained and consults but has not been engaging in clinical supervision. This is also a great resource for EMDR Consultants in Training or those who one day would like to become CITs! Check out the show notes at www.supportivesupervision.com
Season 2 Episode 9: Supervising Clinicians with Legally-Involved Clients
44:31There's so much we aren't always taught about working with clients involved in different areas of the legal system, and not knowing this information, our rights, and how to document can absolutely impact the supervision- and therefore therapeutic- relationships. It's my hope that this episode empowers supervisors and supervisees to understand some of their rights, how to handle certain legal populations, and how to get the best use of supervision time. Check out the show notes at www.supportivesupervision.com and while you're there, get your tasky supervision practice startup checklist!
Season 2 Episode 8: Collaborating with Lawyers
21:04This week, I'm sharing with you an interview for CT Trial Firm's podcast with Attorney Ryan McKeen, a strong advocate for mental health and a trauma-informed, empowerment-focused attorney located in Connecticut (where I practice). I had the chance to connect with him about PTSD, EMDR therapy, accessing care, and advocating for legally-involved clients with mental health concerns in the courtroom. We also talk about how clinicians can help advocate for clients, which can often create healing experiences!