Clinical Supervisor

Congratulations!  Finally, you finished taking classes and tests and completing your internships, and you are so proud that you are a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGCP).

Now, you’re ready to move on and start counseling clients, but you are unsure where to start in your new venture into private practice. You may be feeling uncertain, scared, and excited. You may ask yourself, “Where do I start?”  and “Who should I turn to for mentoring and supervision?”.

You want someone with experience, compassion, knowledge and time.

You want someone you can call when you’re not sure how to help your client and you are feeling stuck.

You want to discuss what just happened in your session and ask questions about “What’s the next step?“.

You want someone to call when you had a bad day, you didn’t feel like you helped any of your clients and 2 clients didn’t show up for their appointments.

You want to call a clinical supervisor during those challenging times, but you want call to celebrate your victories  too.

You want to speak to your supervisor about how you are connecting with your client and feeling more comfortable in session.

You want to talk to your supervisor about how the client had an “Aha moment!

As a Clinical Supervisor, I want to help you through the ups and downs, and show you the path to become the Best Licensed Counselor.

I know the advantages and disadvantages of private practice and inpatient/outpatient offices and can help you develop your path and vision as a counselor.

I have been a therapist for over 25 years. I began working as a therapist for children and teens with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and women experiencing domestic violence. I worked in an inpatient hospital, outpatient clinic and on hotlines. I ran groups for these populations and spoke in educational formats about domestic violence.  I worked with  adolescents with typical “teen issues” and teens who had low self esteem and questioned their reason for living.

About 7 years ago, I retrained in Couples Therapy, and opened my own private practice. Now, my focus is counseling clients who need help in the following areas:

  1. Self esteem
  2. Stress/anxiety
  3. Premarital issues
  4. Couples Issues
  5. Divorce issues

Depending on the client’s issue, the therapeutic models that I lean towards are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Gottman Couples Therapy and Psychobiological Attachment Couples Therapy (PACT) .

If you want to counsel individuals or couples or you want more training in those areas, please feel free to contact me at 410-736-8118.

I wish you the best on your journey-Lisa


104 Church Lane, Suite 131,
Baltimore, MD 21208
(410) 736-8118

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