Michael provides clinical supervision and is currently accepting supervisees.
Part of the ongoing training and development of professional counsellors is qualified supervision. Clinical supervision helps broaden a therapist's skill base, offers the therapist ethical consultation, and often contributes towards continuing education credits needed by therapists to maintain their annual membership within their professional associations.
Those seeking supervision with Michael may have some of the following goals:
- to increase their competency in skills surrounding chosen modalities and approaches to therapy
- to explore pre-existent skills/talents (prior to their formal education) and help weave those skills/talents into the counselling process
- to receive coaching as they navigate their association's ethical code in regards to the care of their client
- to balance the skill of the counsellor with the person of the counsellor awareness
- to further develop the practical skills related to administrative management of the client (assessment, treatment planning, documentation, etc.)
- to increase their skill and practice of egalitarian and power deconstructive ways of sitting with the client
- to increase their competency and skills of ethical care in doing trauma work with clients
Michael is a Certified Supervisor with The Canadian Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT), with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC), with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA), and with the Professional Association of Christian Counsellors and Psychotherapists (PACCP).
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