This workshop answered questions I've had about our industry for 20 years - Richard Blankenship, Capstone Counseling and Coaching
Working in Harmony With Your Unique Cultural Perspective
Confident. Competent. Experienced.
The most common struggle of new therapists is self-confidence. I supervise with conviction and decisiveness and instill that in you:
Highly Skilled in the Licensing Process
Focused on Helping You Become The Best You
Working Through Ethical Dilemmas
DSM V Diagnosing
Extensive Experience in Psychological and Sexual Trauma
Adept With Psychosis and Severe Mental Disorders
Sociopathy and Manipulation
Childhood and Parental Abandonment
Standing As An Equal Among Your Peers
Sometimes we feel we don’t measure up to our peers or other therapists in the community. Sometimes we feel less-than. Sometimes we even feel less than our clients.
Sometimes we just feel alienated. Let’s conquer these feelings together. It will enhance your client work. And you will begin to see your practice grow. Think outside of the box and you will discover a world of professional possibilities. I have helped many therapists in training unlock their potential.
My Goal is Your Goal
Many licensees seek my variety of services because of my hands-on experience enforcing the state ethics law and rules for therapists. While serving my licensing board appointment I processed over 200 patient complaints against licensees.
At whichever point you terminate supervision with me, we will immediately compare our contemporaneous records of supervision and I will provide your completed supervision form. No worries about locating me months or even years later to sign your supervisor paperwork.
It’s critical you read and are familiar with board rules. I assure you, as a result of supervision with me you will understand the board rules better than the vast majority of licensees and that includes seasoned clinicians and supervisors.