A career as a mental health professional can be very fulfilling, but it can also feel challenging, isolating, and emotionally draining. This has been especially true through the Covid-19 pandemic, as many therapists have been overwhelmed and on the verge of burnout.
Professional consultation can help reduce isolation, energize your sense of purpose, and provide a confidential container to share clinical experience, therapy strategies, and business-related decisions.
As a licensed psychotherapist for over forty years, I’ve learned how personal and professional events can profoundly affect our work. A few real-life experiences include navigating a long-term marriage, addressing physical health issues for myself and my elders, parenthood, and now grandparenthood <3.
Because I practiced as a Board-Certified Telehealth Provider for several years before the pandemic, I was prepared with state-of-the-art telehealth systems when the pandemic lockdown hit in March 2020. Since then, I have welcomed the opportunity to consult with colleagues as they transitioned very rapidly from in-office practices to virtual online counseling.
I am pleased to offer one-on-one consultations for psychotherapists, social workers, life coaches, and professional counselors.
If you’d like support to develop clarity on a case you are struggling with, process a personal issue emerging from your work, discuss questions about Relational Life Therapy, or find out more about best practices with telehealth, feel free to contact me.