Supervision and Consultation
Tamra Hughes, MA, LPC provides Clinical Supervision to clinicians working toward their Professional Counselor Licensure, (LPC), and also EMDR Consultation for clinicians seeking their EMDR Certification and Approved Consultant status, or general Consultation for clinicians with cases they would like to discuss. Some consultation and supervision may be done over the phone or via Skype, if in office sessions are not feasible due to location, time or logistics. Tamra also offers seasonal “Walking Consultation” for clinicians interested in walking and talking to discuss cases. Some exclusions apply to this latter format.
What is Supervision?
Supervision involves a shared responsibility on both clinician and supervisor for clinical work while the supervisee works toward their licensure. As a result, it is imperative that supervisees attend consultation regularly to discuss all of their case work during this process.
What is EMDR Consultation?
EMDR Consultation is for clinicians seeking guidance or advanced information regarding cases, however the case responsibility lies solely on the consultee, not on the consultant. EMDR Consultation is required for therapists who have been trained in EMDR but who are now seeking Certification in EMDR therapy or Consultant status in EMDR therapy.
How do I schedule consultation or supervision?
Call (303) 221-1272 ext. 1 to schedule your consultation or supervision.
There are numerous EMDR group consultation options available at all times. Several members of our GCC team provide consultation and supervision as follows:
Tamra Hughes, MA, LPC EMDRIA Approved Consultant and Trainer: EMDR Consultation and LPC Supervision
Tiffany Freer, LCSW EMDR Consultant in Training: EMDR Consultation and LCSW Supervision
Kerri Sterrett, MA, LPC EMDR Consultant in Training: EMDR Consultation
Anna Carnes, MA, LPC EMDR Certified Therapist: LPC Supervision
Dawn Goers, MA, LPC EMDR Trained Therapist: LPC Supervision
Consultation is offered in both individual and group formats. One of the best ways to continue to grow as an EMDR therapist is to develop a strong sense of connection in the EMDR community and to create avenues for ongoing questions and support by participating in a consultation group. The goal for consultation groups is not only for EMDR trained clinicians to further develop their understanding and implementation of EMDR therapy, but to feel involved in this growing field and to learn from other clinicians who are also participating in the group.