Chris Campassi, LPC, LCMHC, ACS
In this episode, Chris Campassi shares about his experiences as a therapist and as a supervisor. He is passionate about addressing burnout in the therapy community. Chris shares about Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Supervision and how we can continue to have access to supervision even after it is no longer required.
Overview of episode
Supervision is Proactive Self Care
Psychodynamic Supervision Support
Transference and Boundaries
Process Oriented Supervision Vs. Skill Acquisition Supervision
Takeaways for today!
What can you apply today right after the episode.
Look at getting your own supervision!
In order to be proactive in your own self-care - Why not add a consultant to your own practice! Adding a supervisor or consultant that helps you navigate your own cases, your supervision of other folks and give you some support as we go through this intense world of being a therapist and supervisor!
One neat thing of adding a consultant when it is not required is that there may not be any state line issues!
Check out: Firelight Supervision (Individual and Group Supervision)
Three questions to add to your supervisor aresenal:
What is my stuff in the room?
Is this feeling I am feeling, how the client feels?
Is this how others in the clients world experience them?
Think about what each of your supervisees need.
Think about your developmental model of each of your supervisees - are they in Process Oriented Supervision mode or Skill Acquisition Mode?
Taking time to review with your supervisees to figure out where each supervisee is at throughout your time working with them.
Check out my developmental model of supervision flow chart here.