The Resiliency Center offers clinical supervision for counselors earning hours towards their Licensed Professional Counselor credential, as well as ongoing support for professional counselors.
Elizabeth Venart’s approach to supervision is rooted in a humanistic, relational framework. She has been providing on-site and adjunct LPC supervision to clinicians working in diverse practice settings for over 15 years.
While providing 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. Elizabeth invites counselors to listen deeply to clients and their stories and to trust themselves and their intuition more fully.
Understanding the influence of practice setting challenges, I provide LPC candidates with a supportive environment in which they can be authentic, share their struggles and triumphs, cultivate a trauma-informed perspective, and promote resiliency in themselves and the people with whom they work.
Elizabeth Venart is eligible to provide 100% of the required supervision hours to LPC Candidates and 50% of the required supervision hours to Marriage and Family Therapist and Clinical Social Work candidates.
Carolyn Abele is a Licensed Professional Counselor in practice over 12 years. She provides individual Clinical Supervision for post master’s degree counselors and therapists pursuing a license in PA as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
Supervision focuses on developing theoretical foundation, case conceptualization, and working through ethical issues new counselors face when working with clients. Supervision is supervisee driven and can end with developing a self-care plan to combat burnout.
» Contact Carolyn at CarolynAbeleTherapy@gmail.com or (215) 354-7941.
Lindsay has been in the mental health field for 20 years and has been a Licensed Professional Counselor for 12 years. She has worked in numerous therapeutic settings including community behavioral health, private practice and the school setting which allows her to provide informed feedback to clinicians across a spectrum of professional experiences.
She enjoys working with clinicians in a positive and collaborative supervisory relationship with the ultimate goals of clinician professional development and for that clinician to feel able to provide the most effective treatment to clients possible.
» Contact Lindsay at 215-326-9665, firstname.lastname@example.org, and www.bloomwellnesscounseling.com.