Clinical Supervision


Clinical Supervision is an important part of professional competence and development in therapeutic work.

The new College of Registered Psychotherapists Ontario (CRPO) recommends supervision to all of their members.

Topics covered in Clinical Supervision

Client case review

Dynamics between therapist and client

Transference/counter transference issues

Ethical issues, including dual relationships

Boundary issues/creating good boundaries

Safe and effective use of self/disclosure

Diagnostic discussion

Interventions and when to use them

Theoretical support and discussion

Professional development

Legal issues

Contractual issues, including fees charged

Self care

Professional competencies in practice

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I offer supervision and consultative support for psychotherapists, psychologists, counsellors, social workers and other professionals. I have 12 years experience supporting trainees and professionals in this work.

In 2005, I received my Diploma in Supervision after completing a 1 year training, and I have supervised groups of counsellors and psychotherapists, both qualified and student therapists, as well as running individual supervision sessions.

My experience includes running a private supervision practice; being a Training Supervisor for students on the Diploma program at the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education; and for Fresh Start Counselling Service. I was also a volunteer supervisor at the West London Counselling Centre.

I offer clinical supervision for individuals, and groups, both in person and online via Skype or FaceTime (please note, confidentiality and privacy may be compromised).


My fee for 2017 is $100.00 (+HST) per session. Fees will increase to $120.00 (+HST) in 2018.