Personal & Professional Development
Clinical Supervision & Consultation
Gain invaluable insight from BSWE-approved supervisor with expertise in clinical mental health treatment with children, adolescents, adults, families, and groups. In addition to clinical decision-making, supervision sessions will focus on attaining work-life balance, professional boundaries, maximizing clinical time, connecting with clients, and working in office, home, school, and online settings. Call or email for more information.
Brainspotting Consultation Groups and Individual Consultation
So you completed Phase 1 and you're wondering how to apply Brainspotting in your current practice. In group case consultation, you will grow through the collective experience, share your findings, and learn from peers with a certified brainspotter and approved consultant at the helm. In individual consultation you develop your brainspotting knowledge and accrue hours toward certification Check the Brainspotting International website for certification criteria and fill out this form to enroll in individual consultation.
About your consultant: Caroline Artley studied Phase 1 with Sue Pinco, Phase 2 with Cynthia Schwartzburg, Phase 3 with David Grand, and received certification consultation and CIT training with Deb Antinori. Once the pandemic brought trainings online, she was honored to assist with several phase 1 and 2 virtual trainings. This provided the opportunity to re-learn the material from various trainers, observing their technique and brainspotting style, and adopting various concepts and practices from each. Caroline attends as many specialty trainings and brown bag webinars in brainspotting as she possibly can. She believes in the collective power of learning in community which is why she hosts group case consultation and allows a discount to the group for individual certification consultees.
How to Survive Your Child's Tantrums: An intrinsic look at what goes on beneath the parenting surface.
Social Skills Training With An Only Child: Explores the challenges of teaching social lessons without the benefit of other siblings. Offers opportunities for integrating social skill lessons into a day in the life of an only child (best for parents of younger children).
When Kids Unpack Your Baggage: Ever notice how kids seem to find just the right (WRONG!) buttons to push? This topic discusses how to handle your own emotional load from childhood and past relationships when your child finds and unpacks your secret baggage.
Clinical Indication for Collaborative Note-Writing
Your First 4 Sessions (for professionals)