I LOVE supervision! Its my favourite thing to offer! It is SUCH an honour to work with other therapists and help you deepen your clinical work and work through any challenges you face as you work with clients.
Are you looking for additional support in your clinical work? Do you wish you had more available Clinical/Personal Support in your work with clients?
Loraine Klassen Therapy offers Two options for Clinical Supervision services to help you achieve the results you want to help you be a more effective therapist.
Not sure which one is the best fit for you? Do you have questions? Contact me
Why me choose me?
What to Expect in Supervision?
Curiosity is vital for good therapeutic work. Supervision creates space to discuss therapeutic questions and gain clarity about future clinical direction. Gentleness and compassion are the guideposts in our work together. I approach supervision through a Trauma Informed approach. I’m committed to compassionate curiosity in our work together – asking good questions and developing a creative collaboration process.
Working as a therapist can be an isolating experience. Through supervision you will receive support and encouragement in your clinical work. You are not alone. Isolation can be one of the most difficult parts of this profession. Good supervision can give you an outlet to process difficult session and encourage you in your work with clients.
Who we are as people impacts our clinical work. We can only help our clients as much as we are able to do our own work. One of my focuses of supervision is about how our own personal themes show up and get in the way of our work with clients. I love helping you recognize and resolve these themes so that you can be more effective in your sessions.
“Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary. The people we trust with that important talk can help us know that we are not alone.” – Fred Rogers