Services to Other Therapists
Those of us who have chosen this profession are aware of our own need for treatment, to help manage our biases and to learn the craft from a patient’s perspective.
I am prepared to offer personal therapy to other professionals at any level of experience and training.
This usually happens in the context of Institute training, and use of an outside analyst may require approval by institute faculty. I have served in this way in the past and would consider working with any institute that wants an outside analyst.
We all need supervision, lots of it. I have supervised many other therapists, both privately and in the context of institute training, and I am prepared to supervise other colleagues.
I am prepared to consult with other professionals
- about specific patient issues
- about circumscribed personal issues
- regarding individual academic issues
- on the organization and delivery of training for new therapists
- in a range of capacities that can be negotiated.
I have worked up presentations on the treatment of insomnia as a psychotherapy topic. I could adapt to a range of levels and formats, from small or large groups of therapists to small groups of patients with insomnia.
For the past 25 years, I have been working on ways to make psychotherapy knowledge available in a way that will be more helpful to therapists. Some of them appear in a Treatment Maps web site.