Clinical Supervision is at present available to clinicians who are working in Delaware, Maryland or Pennsylvania to be licensed as Professional Counselor.
Elements of entering a supervisory relationship in general are addressed in all of the dynamics that arise along with the specifics of factors which impact independent practice.
Focus is on prevention, public safety and recognition of a professional clinical license as entrusted access from the State for providing unsupervised psychotherapy which includes ability to diagnose and treat using a medical model.
Ethical practice which includes a healthcare provider's mental healthcare monitoring is also addressed through self awareness process of intention for a gentle balance of support and challenge in process parallel to providing psychotherapy while maintaining boundary of clinical supervision.
Shashi follows Janine Bernard's Discrimination Model of supervision along with integration of the development of the therapist-in-training, supervisor, supervisory and therapeutic relationship in a relational, attachment-based and systems framework.
Holding credential as Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS ID 1436) Shashi has received experiential clinical supervision training at basic and advanced levels along with supervision of supervision through the Clinical Supervision Institute in Maine and has provided supervision for psychotherapists since 2012.