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“The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.” — CG Jung

Many of us would attest that therapy can be very rewarding and motivating because of the much-needed good it can do in the world. Most of us would also agree that it is difficult and can be taxing on our own. We believe that good professional relationships can powerfully enhance our own well-being and effectiveness.

Connection with trusted colleagues is key to processing our interactions with clients and what is going on within us — which we all need to do!

"Supervision Consultation Group has really given me a place to discuss challenges faced in supervision. I enjoy the ability to discuss solutions to problems faced, with others who take the role of supervisors seriously. The support provided is so important for those of us with limited resources in small communities. "

— Colleen Williams, LPCC/CEO

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Online Supervisor Consultation Group

 

Supervisors need support too! This free consultation group is for current clinical supervisors who are looking for support and collaboration regarding their clinical supervison practice. 

Our supervisor consultation groups provide many benefits, including:

  • Helping inform us about important therapeutic tools and techniques

  • Improving or refining your clinical skills

  • Providing a basis for meaningful and fulfilling professional relationships

  • Preventing burnout

  • Helping us recognize our best strengths and how to build on them

  • Giving us highly cost-effective, regular access to the expertise of each member

 

Each member’s clinical experience gives us a wealth of understanding to share in support of each other. Group supervisor consultation is a safe place to talk about the complexities of clinical supervision, the kind of practice you want to build, or to explore and develop what you already bring to your work!

 

We are here for you and invite you to join this empowering group. 

"Supervisor Consultation group reminds me that even though sometimes I feel alone, I am not. I feel supported in being able to share and hear from others who are facing the same struggles I am."

Alyssa Logemann, LPCC, RPT

Clinical Licensing & RPT Consultations

We also offer consultation services to guide you through the clinical licensing process and the Registered Play Therapist (RPT) credentialing process. Our experienced consultants can provide support, guidance, and resources to help you navigate these important milestones in your career.

To reach out for consultation regarding the clinical licensing or the RPT credentialing process, contact Maria at maria@anewhopetc.org

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"Maria is amazing and extremely knowledgeable! I was feeling super defeated and overwhelmed about the RPT application process especially since I started prior to the phase changes. Maria was able to help, we were able to work together to get my application completed and sent in, and as of May 2024 I am a registered play therapist. If I hadn’t sought out Maria for consultation I probably would still be struggling to finish the application".

Taylor N Whaley LMFT RPT: LLC

Meet Our Consultants

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Maria Laquerre LMFT, RPTS

Maria utilizes the Systems/ Dialectical Model of Supervision (SDMS). SDMS considers aspects of the supervisor-trainee relationship as well as assessing and addressing the developmental level of a supervisee. She believe that how a supervisor responds to a supervisee will transfer into the therapy room and affect how they responds to their own clients. SDMS provides that supervisors and trainees are individual biological systems that are influenced by their biological and social factors, again viewing the individual within a systems concept and being mindful of how that affects their engagement in supervision.

Maria is a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. Maria chose to complete these additional certifications to further her own skills and she believes that ongoing education and training is vital to all aspects of her profession. To learn more about these certifications, please visit:  www.aamft.org and www.a4pt.org.

Contact Maria directly for rates and availability: maria@anewhopetc.org.

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Jessica Cauthorne, LCSW, RPT

Jessica is an LCSW and an approved supervisor by the New Mexico Board of Social Work Examiners. Jessica has had significant supervision experience, including as a Permanency Placement Supervisor at the Children Youth and Families Department as well as clinical supervision of interns in a psychiatric hospital setting.

 

Jessica has been a practicing therapist for over ten years, providing clinical services to children, adolescents and adults in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Jessica utilizes her supervision training and real practice experience to help clinicians understand and implement best practice standards, allowing them to strengthen their skills, ensure client welfare, establish their own therapeutic identity, while supporting their growth and professional development. 

Contact Jessica directly for rates and availability: 575-993-8713 or jessica@anewhopetc.org.

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Lisa McVann, LCMHC

As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and a New Mexico Approved Supervisor Lisa has had the opportunity to support many individuals as they work towards their personal and professional goals.  Lisa has provided mental health treatment in a variety of settings including inpatient psychiatric care, public school, college, and in private practice. 

 

Her areas of interest include working with those experiencing postpartum mood and anxiety issues, anger, self-esteem issues, and stress.  Lisa also works with individuals who have medical issues affecting their emotional health such as those living with chronic pain and autoimmune disorders. Lisa believes counseling is a collaborative process to help find meaning and healing through all of life’s transitions.  Her approach is authentic and eclectic to meet the individual needs and goals of clients.  Lisa also provides supervision to those who are seeking independent licensure in New Mexico as well as interns in graduate programs seeking experience at a public school site. 

Contact Lisa directly for rates and availability: lisa@anewhopetc.org.

"Maria was amazingly helpful in getting me organized with my RPT hours, things I needed to complete, time lines, and laid it all out there easily for me to understand and build on. She was super informative on how the process works and making sure it was also easy for me to use the excel sheet she created."

— Nikki Yatron, LPC

Register

How to Join

To join our free online supervisor consultation group, click 'rsvp' on the link below and select which date(s) you would like to join us on. 

For consultation regarding the clinical licensing or the RPT credentialing process, contact Maria at maria@anewhopetc.org

An important note: Clinical Consultation is not a substitute for Clinical Supervision. We will not be staffing client cases or discussing confidential and identifying information in consultation. If you are in need of support regarding specific client clinical work, please contact us for Clinical Supervision.

Upcoming Events

  • Supervisor Consultation
    Supervisor Consultation
    Multiple Dates
    Thu, Jun 13
    Online via Zoom
    Jun 13, 2024, 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM MDT
    Online via Zoom
    Jun 13, 2024, 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM MDT
    Online via Zoom
    Supervisors need support too! Join us online and remember you are not alone!

Clinical consultations are an invaluable part of professional self-care that enables you to do your best work. We look forward to working with you!

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