Supervision for those Seeking Independent Licensure
How Do You Know We’ll Be a Good Fit?
If you appreciate having your biases challenged and consider the challenge as an opportunity for growth within your social work practice.
If you practice social work with the intention of decolonizing institutions, like education, healthcare, mental health and therapy.
If you authentically support social movements and the populations you serve, beyond trending topics, hashtags, and performative expressions of allyship.
If you have the willingness to hold space for your lived experiences and the lived experiences of others while engaging in case conceptualization.
If you’re a medical social worker or you’re considering becoming a medical social worker.
If you’re unsure that your job is ‘clinical enough’.
If you’ve thought about leaving the field of social work.
If you know that you want your LCSW but are unsure about what to do next – spoiler alert opening up a private practice is not the only option.
If you want practical, lively, & unbiased guidance on how to manage your caseload, your colleagues, your role & career as a social worker, I’m the social worker that could help support you along your journey.
All in all there is no room for entitlement & self-righteousness
I believe that supervision is one of the many opportunities where we can learn, grow, develop, and enhance our social work skills.
My professional ethics…
are steeped in social justice – breaking down rigid, discriminatory, & unhealthy boundaries, while valuing the overlap between clinical, community practice, and advocacy.
My professional experience…
has spanned across medical social work and became more niche as I moved through my career.
I started as a hospital-based social worker, first as a discharge planner then moved towards medical specialty care in outpatient settings.
My current social work practice led me to build my own private practice, where I provide individual therapy to those seeking anxiety relief.
I’m also a teacher and practitioner of yoga and meditation, which informs my life, leaving me room to care for myself and others in a mindful way.