Facilitator: Nancy has been providing clinical supervision to both new and seasoned clinicians for the past two decades. She finds this aspect of her career to be one of the most rewarding: to be a part of the much-needed energy and enthusiasm new practitioners bring to the field or to go down the proverbial clinical rabbit hole with more complicated clinical situations. Her extensive time in the field as an educator, clinician, director and supervisor allow her to offer many different perspectives and lenses through which to view case study. She promotes growth as a therapist in the context of skill building, professional identity, and work life balance using a blended supervision model. Nancy adheres strictly to the ethical guidelines of her organizations, including the ATCB Code of Ethics, Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures and American Counseling Association’s Code of Ethics.
Nancy is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the states of New Jersey (37PC00328500) and Pennsylvania (PC005593), a registered and board-certified art therapist (ATR-BC #02-153), an Art Therapy Clinical Supervisor (ATCS), a nationally approved clinical supervisor (ACS#1297) and a Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS #1138). These credentials allow her to provide clinical supervision hours for the Pennsylvania LPC, New Jersey LPC and ATR (Registered Art Therapist). She is a member of the American Art Therapy (AATA) association and an Honorary Lifetime Member of the Pennsylvania Art Therapy Association (PAATA). She is also a recipient of PAATA’s “Active Artist” award and “Excellence in Supervision” award.
All supervision is currently being held online using Zoom.
INDIVIDUAL SUPERVISION (Cost: $100/hr.)
Individual supervision is 1:1. The benefit of individual supervision is that the focus is entirely on a single supervisee and therefore the supervision plan and approach is tailored to the growth, experience, orientation, safety and development of that individual.
GROUP SUPERVISION (Cost: $50/hr.)
Group supervision not only serves to make clinical supervision more affordable, it exposes the supervisee to a multitude of settings/populations and a greater breadth of outlooks. As a member of the group, you gain access to a page where other members actively exchange resources and ideas and events are posted.
For the most part, groups are attended regularly by new therapists seeking licensure or certification. The consistency in the schedule of these groups (typically 2 hours every two weeks), as well as ongoing social media membership, allows for members from any time to return to supervision when needed, even after competing licensure/credentialing requirements.
*Please be sure to check with your credentialing board regarding the ratio of individual versus group supervision hour requirements.
"The first word that comes to mind when I think of what happens during Nancy’s supervision (individual and group) is respect. Her skills and knowledge are always beneficial to building mine. When necessary, Nancy challenges me (with kindness) and offers solutions that either remind me or teach me essential real-world skills. One of the most important questions she asks me, “What are you bringing into this?” which helps me stand back and be objective. Nancy is a terrific supervisor!"
"Nancy has been a professional mentor to me for 8 years--I valued her clinical supervision so much that I went to work for her! As my graduate professor, supervisor, and Clinical Director, I appreciated her honesty, sense of humor and her encouragement of my professional development. In all these roles, she has provided me with the tools and support I’ve needed to be an effective therapist, while still providing space for me to develop my own style. She has given me valuable feedback to help me successfully navigate many new and challenging clinical experiences. Thank you, Nancy! "