I am a professional educated to work with complex anger management concerns, not just traditional psychotherapy or group counseling. Anger management is a complex combination of insights from various psychological traditions that require additional training in anger management skills, concepts, and techniques.
My training in Anger Management therapy provided me with the tools needed to confidently and effectively work with individuals who experience destructive anger and help them constructively communicate anger without the outbursts that damage their most important relationships, jeopardize their careers, and put their health at risk.
Anyone who qualifies for a paraphilic disorder diagnosis or who has committed an offense against a minor can benefit from this service. The DSM-5 defines paraphilia as “an intense and persistent sexual interest other than sexual interest in genital stimulation or preparatory fondling with phenotypically normal, physically mature, consenting human partners” that is present for at least 6 months and causes distress, impairment, harm, or the risk of harm. Not all sexual offenders have paraphilic disorders though.
My treatment approach is routinely informed by new research and advances in sex offender assessment, treatment, and management. Treatment is delivered through a group format, which includes psychoeducational content and opportunities for processing. The frequency and duration of treatment depends on the risk level and treatment needs that have been identified in the initial assessment. My groups include offenders who deny, minimize, or take only partial responsibility of their sexual offending. This is to engage and motivate them to accept responsibility and recognize the benefits of treatment.
I am a registered clinical supervisor with knowledge of the performance domains. I can supervise substance abuse professionals who work to treat, prevent, or reduce the conditions that place individuals at risk of developing addictive disorder or disease and help prevent relapse. I can help you develop clinical skills and competencies to work in the professional substance abuse field.
As your supervisor, I will provide supervision based on my knowledge of the following domains:
- Counselor Development
- Professional & Ethical Standards
- Program Development & Quality Assurance
- Performance Evaluation
- Treatment Knowledge
I will also help you see the active role ethics must play in your professional growth, review the Code of Ethical Conduct, maintain a supervisory file documenting your growth and development, provide a written evaluation annually, summarizing your professional development, and outlining a plan to address areas identified as needing further growth, provide a copy of your assessment to the Board, if requested, and present the Board with an accurate representation of your readiness for a certification or license.
Who can benefit from this service?
- Applicants for certification in counseling, criminal justice addictions specialization, prevention consulting, and licensure as clinical addictions specialists.
- Licensed specialists (LCAS) seeking clinical supervision credential.
- Certified Substance Abuse Counselors (CSACs) and Certified Criminal Justice Professionals (CCJPs) must still function under a Practice Supervisor's supervision.
Supervisees who work to treat, prevent, or reduce the conditions that place individuals at risk of developing addictive disorder or disease and help prevent relapse must first sign a contract as required by their credentials.
(1-hour; up to 2 supervisees)
(1-hour; 2+ supervisees)
** Most reputable supervisors charge based on their hourly clinical rate
If you feel we may be a good fit, schedule a free phone consultation today.
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My patients are
14 years old and older
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