This bi-monthly clinical supervision group brings clinicians together to deepen their understanding of trauma-informed care and to create a safe, reflective forum for dialogue and collaborative learning.
Currently, one opening is anticipated in August 2017. Participants are reading Bonnie Badenoch’s Being a Brain-Wise Therapist: A Practical Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology (Norton, 2008).
Trauma-informed care and practice is a promising framework for working with clients facing multiple, chronic, extreme adversities and trauma; clients who are often inaccurately labeled “treatment resistant,” “treatment-sabotaging,” and disengaged. Bringing together current research from the fields of trauma and interpersonal neurobiology, trauma-informed practice is about getting unstuck when working with clients who are profoundly stuck, by re-seeing their stories, beliefs, and behaviors from a fresh perspective.
Group members meet on alternate Mondays from 4:00 – 5:30 pm in an office in the Buckman neighborhood. The group focuses on trauma-informed case conceptualization, planning, and intervention, as well as buffering the impacts of vicarious trauma and promoting practitioner self-care. It also includes a modest number of optional readings.
The cost is $35 per participant per group session. The group is appropriate for clinicians needing supervision hours for their clinical license as well as more experienced practitioners.
To find out more information or to schedule an initial interview at no cost, contact Wayne here.