Clinical Supervision Groups Now Forming!

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“Becoming awake involves seeing our confusion more clearly” ~ Rumi

Supervision is perhaps the most important piece of a new clinician's journey. My approach to supervision is similar to my therapy approach in that I value authenticity, present moment experiencing, and collaboration. My formal training is in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and I practice EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) with many of my clients.

"I've had supervision with Stacy for years in a variety of contexts, and her consistent high-quality attention and deep empathetic connection has been invaluable to my growth and self-discovery as a new therapist. Stacy's reflection, feedback, and use of her own nervous system in connection with others has created safety while offering necessary challenge to patterns and questions that arise. Stacy's intuition as a supervisor is highly tuned, and attuned, and her relational flexibility meets a variety of people, personalities, and states for a truly present relationship. I highly recommend supervision with Stacy Sheridan for any therapist with a high capacity for genuineness and integrity."    - Leah

I absolutely believe that it is the relationship between a therapist and client that builds the frame for difficult and often painful work to happen. That involves doing our own work, understanding and acknowledging what is ours in the therapy room, and giving voice to thoughts that can be difficult to say out loud.

"Stacy has been a great supervisor! She challenges me and supports me in my continual growth as a therapist. She is also super relatable and easy to talk to. I would highly recommend her!"   - Brittany

It is a unique challenge to explore yourself as you are helping others explore themselves. It takes a strong and compassionate guide so consider me to be a part of your learning journey. Topics of supervision come from you and/or the group and often include specific aspects of working with trauma, self care, case study presentations, ethical and legal considerations, and common transference issues.

Individual supervision $110/hour. Group supervision $65/hour and a half. If you and other colleagues are interested in group supervision together, contact me...I am always open to starting new groups!

"Stacy was my supervisor for over two years. From the very beginning I felt safe with her and that I could be honest about my experiences with group members/clients. She is very supportive and knowledgeable. I like how she uses her sense of humor and humility during supervision. I would highly recommend her as a supervisor, especially if you are looking to expand your ability to work with trauma!"   - Maegen

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