Dates: Monthly on Wednesdays 4 – 7 pm
LPC Clinical supervision groups provide counselors with an opportunity to learn new information, gain additional perspectives, reflect on the interplay between self and client, and receive group support. Participants present cases for clinical review, assist one another in exploring challenging clinical questions, and gain greater self-awareness.
Elizabeth’s primarily theoretical orientation is humanistic, so the group includes an emphasis on the quality of the counseling relationship and any obstacles to deep empathic listening. Group members will benefit from Elizabeth’s extensive experience with trauma survivors, children, and issues of anxiety and grief—as well as her familiarity with both cognitive and nonverbal healing modalities (expressive arts, music, mindfulness, alternative therapies).
The research on vicarious trauma, professional hazards, and counselor wellness has consistently found LPC Clinical Supervision and peer consultation to be powerful antidotes to the stresses of the work.