Clinical Supervision

Individual Supervision

In individual supervision we create a set of tailored goals based on your hopes. This can include gaining practical skills in using therapeutic models, keeping up with CRPO tasks, case consultation, and managing your own experiences as a therapist.

Through individual supervision you will be supported to build confidence, gain skills, and ensure that you are providing ethical care for your clients. Indvidual supervision is offered both virtually and in-person.

Supervision Groups

In group supervision we build a community of peers who co-create supervision experiences. Together we build a set of goals for our time together. These goals can include ongoing case consultation, ensuring that we are reviewing ethical, legal, and administrative requirements, as well as building skills and expertise in various therapeutic models and therapeutic ability. 

Group supervision creates a unique experience for building a peer network of support and sharing. 

Being a therapist can feel isolating. Connecting in a Group Supervision provides a sense of community while building on skills. It also helps meet the CRPO mandates! 

Clinical Supervision Group is ongoing biweekly, and capped at 4. Each session is 1 hour at the rate of $100 per participant. 

Clinical Supervisors

Paitra Surerus-Marsh, Registered Psychotherapist

“I offer supervision of your clinical work with couples, families, and individuals from an EFT framework. I meet the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CPRO) requirements as a Clinical Supervisor, so I can assist you in meeting your clinical supervision hours requirements. I value conversation and open exploration of concepts that fit for you and your client! I am passionate about looking deeply into the “use of self” as a tool in therapy.”

Kornelia Hawrylewicz, Registered Psychotherapist

“Therapists may look for external supervision for many different reasons. You may want to discuss a current case, seek support in an empathic safe space, develop a new perspective, increase self awareness, encourage your professional therapist role development, or even reduce the professional isolation often found in our field. If you are looking to challenge your own growth as a therapist and are open to person-centered and emotion focussed approaches, I would be happy to meet with you. I have a personal interest in working with: cancer diagnosis and caregiver burnout, immigration experiences, relationships, and trauma. I do not offer CBT based approaches or work with OCD and anxiety.”

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