Supervision

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Counselors need support and ideas to create effective conversations. This is particularly true when counselors are working with people who are dying and grieving. Supervision by Lorraine Hedtke provides a way to gently guide a counselor to incorporate innovative approaches addressing the complexities facing his or her own clients.

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Supervision gives counselors the individual attention to incorporate and develop skills that they start to explore during the focused training at a pace that suits their practice. Once counselors return to their own practice setting the new knowledge and skills honed during the supervision sessions benefit both the counselor and his or her clients. People who are not consolers are welcome to participate in supervisions. Other professionals who find supervisions helpful include doctors, nurses, mediators, psychologists, social workers, and select professors.

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Supervision can be provided to clinicians all over the world quite easily through a variety of technological supports, like Skype conversations, in addition to e-mails, to provide tailored feedback to develop your skills and provide the support and guidance that you find helpful. Supervisions can also be provided from the center's office located in Redlands California, which is approximately seventy miles east of Los Angeles.

For more information, or if you have questions, please contact Lorraine.