In accordance with the guidelines of the Board of Behavioral Sciences, Erica provides supervision to:
- Marriage and Family Therapist Interns and Trainees
- Associate Clinical Social Workers
- Licensed mental health professionals seeking to enhance their professional work through continued supervision
- Licensed mental health professionals seeking brief consultation on cases
In accordance with the guidelines of the Art Therapy Credentials Board, Erica provides supervision to:
- Art Therapy Interns
- Registered and Board Certified Art Therapists seeking to enhance their professional work through continued supervision
The Value of Supervision
Supervision is a collaborative experience designed to enhance both your clinical and professional development. The value of the supervisory relationship goes beyond generating creative solutions when trouble-shooting cases, as it provides the opportunity for challenging, clarifying, and refining new ways of being a therapist. As a supervisor, Erica provides role modeling, invites questioning, and delves into the realm of transferential and countertransferential experiences. She is interested in understanding the supervisee’s goals and objectives for clinical and professional growth as well as their expectations of supervision. Just as in clinical work, a good supervisory relationship is built on trust, is dynamic, and uses the here-and-now relationship to deepen understanding.
Frequently asked questions for Marriage and Family Therapist interns and trainees www.bbs.ca.gov/pdf/publications/mft_faq.pdf
Frequently asked questions for Associate Clinical Social Workers www.bbs.ca.gov/pdf/publications/asw_faq.pdf
It is important to verify your prospective supervisor’s license. Please feel free to visit the Board of Behavioral Sciences’ online license verification.