I offer clinical supervision and consultation in many formats: in the office, by phone, and over skype. I work with people weekly, monthly, or any other interval, and for any length of time. I offer supervision to clinicians who are new to the field, working with EMDR, and blending a talk therapy approach with somatic and ego state work.
EMDR Training: As EMDR continues to develop there is a lot of exciting integration of new research in neuroscience and attachment with EMDR practice. Here are some resources in the area to get connected:
Recommended Reading There is a lot of good stuff out there, and people sometimes ask what reading has guided my clinical thinking. Here is a short list:
Countertransference and the Treatment of Trauma, Constance Dalenberg. An incredible contribution to the field, this book reviews research done on client’s experiences in trauma therapy, and serves as a great guide to navigating these difficult dynamics.
EMDR Solutions and EMDR Solutions II, Edited by Robyn Shapiro. Both books contain valuable chapters on working with specialized symptomatology such as dissociation, complex trauma, depression, eating disorders, pre-verabl trauma and more.
Healing the Heart of Trauma and Dissociation with Ego State Therapy and EMDR, Forgash et al. A very practical and hands-on approach to working with complex trauma and dissociation, as well as affect regulation.
Attachment in Psychotherapy, David Wallin. A thorough discussion of attachment dynamics and concepts such as mentalizing, enactment, mindfulness and implicit memory.
The Haunted Self, Structural Dissociation and the Treatment of Chronic Traumatization, O. van der Hart, E. Nijenhuis, K. Steele. Conceptualization of ego state dissociation and the impact on affect tolerance and attachment.