I’m available for short-term consultation or long-term supervision; collaborating with others is one of my favorite parts about being in this field! Consultation and clinical supervision have been the most wonderful addition to my career and I have the flexibility to work with a variety of therapists looking for guidance. To first learn more about my experience, please feel free to check out my curriculum vitae.
I’ve been lucky enough to supervise music therapy interns, occupational therapy interns, entry-level therapists, and many others throughout my time as a creative arts therapist. My approach to supervision is similar to the way I approach my clients; person-centered, flexible, and honest.
Supervision can occur in person (on hold!), via phone, or through Zoom/Facetime. Our consistency with meeting can be once a week, bi-weekly, or once per month; whatever is best for you at this time.
I am currently able to supervise therapists looking for general supervision, or supervision towards their LCAT credential. Ask me some questions and let’s see what we can do together!
As a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist, group supervision has been one of the most valuable experiences to my clinical growth. If you are looking for a creative arts therapy group to receive hours towards your own licensure, please reach out!
I’m also available for consultation as well. This would be a short one or two time meeting, discussing a particular question or issue that you may have. I am happy to do this for individuals, companies, districts, and agencies.
This can occur in person, via phone, email, or through Zoom/Facetime.
Areas of Expertise
The following areas are where my expertise lies:
- Childhood Mental Health
- Creative arts for children
- Creative therapy for children
- Play-based music therapy
- Integrative Approaches of the creative arts
- Music Therapy and Child Mental Health
- Improvisational music therapy
- Early childhood music therapy
I’ve worked with the following populations throughout my time as a creative arts therapist (and currently still do!)
- Children with life-limiting illness
- Children with medical trauma
- Medically-fragile children
- Children with anxiety
- Young children, pre-teens, teens, and young adults on the Autism Spectrum
- Special learners in school-age settings (IEP or non-IEP based)
- Children with limited-to-no communication and/or physical skills
- Children who demonstrate limited responses to any stimuli
- and more!
If you find yourself in need of guidance with getting more creative in your sessions, utilizing process-based therapy approaches within the creative arts, or guidance on any of the above areas, please contact me! I’d love to work with you!