For Mental Health Clinicians
Meira Greenfeld, J.D., LCSW, provides supervision and consultation opportunities for clinicians interested in a trauma-focused and attachment based approach to therapy that reflects commitment to racial and social justice particularly with respect to BIPOC communities.
Using Consultation to Build Professional Identity, Competency & Skills
Our learning as clinicians is by necessity a life long commitment. Our clients change, their environment changes, culture changes. We change. It is important to know how our personal experiences filter to the professional. Sometimes the shift to independent practice whether you are in a private, group practice or community setting can be daunting as well as lonely.
Our consultation and training services can help you maintain high standards of clinical practice that includes understanding of current research and learning how to utilize new skills in your workplace or clinical setting. Consultation, workshops and training is available for:
- Case consultation.
- Mentorship for professional development
- Identifying cultural or racial bias
- Developing cultural competency
- Working with culturally diverse populations
- Developing expertise regarding racial trauma
- Working with addiction
- Practice management and documentation
- Identifying target clinical population or theoretical approach
- Working with individuals, couples and/or groups
Consultation is available for ongoing sessions as well as more specific, short-term consultation. Supervision services can be provided to unlicensed and licensed clinicians (e.g. social workers, mental health counselors) in Arizona in person and via telehealth. Consultation is also available to licensed clinicians in other states via video conference. Please contact us at to inquire about fees and availability.
“Our learning as clinicians is by necessity a life long commitment. Our clients change, their environment changes, culture changes. We change. It is important to know how our personal experiences filter to the professional. Sometimes we need that extra guidance after supervision or outside of available channels.”