46 episodes

Clinical supervision-oriented show for mental health counselors, social workers, psychologists, and therapists to discuss hot takes related to various areas of our field, stay on the cutting edge of learning and growth, and connect to others and to resources that will help us heal our clients!

Supportive SuperVision Podcas‪t‬ Rebecca Toner, MA, LPC

    • Mental Health
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

Clinical supervision-oriented show for mental health counselors, social workers, psychologists, and therapists to discuss hot takes related to various areas of our field, stay on the cutting edge of learning and growth, and connect to others and to resources that will help us heal our clients!

    Episode 42: The Difference Between Consultation and Supervision

    Episode 42: The Difference Between Consultation and Supervision

    This week, I talk a little more about the key difference between clinical supervision and consultation, and why we need both and what they're both useful for. These are imperative parts of our work as mental health workers and should be mandatory to our ongoing growth and education. Find out more about why they are not the same and how to use each effectively.

    • 20 min
    Episode 41: Interviewing For Jobs in a Post-2020 Field

    Episode 41: Interviewing For Jobs in a Post-2020 Field

    This week's episode is all about how 2020 has already impacted our field, and the changes that are likely to come as a result. I specifically address white clinicians, supervisors, and hiring managers and the questions that should be asked in interviews. I firmly believe we can learn from the ongoing 2020-2021 traumas and elevate our field, with the right approach.

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    • 19 min
    Episode 40: What Group Practice Owners Wish You Knew

    Episode 40: What Group Practice Owners Wish You Knew

    I dive into some of the things you might not understand about group practice, working in a group practice, interviewing for jobs in group practices, and what your group practice owners wish you could know but might not be able to come right out and tell you themselves. This is valuable for anyone who is thinking of entering a private practice by starting in a group, or anyone who works in one now!

    • 18 min
    Episode 39: EMDR Intensives

    Episode 39: EMDR Intensives

    This week, I talk about EMDR intensives, what they are, who they can help, how they can help, how to get consultation/training in doing them, and how to refer clients for virtual EMDR intensives with me if you think it would be helpful!

    • 20 min
    Episode 38: Taking a Break

    Episode 38: Taking a Break

    It can be especially difficult to take breaks right now, or to even identify how we need breaks or what to do with them when we can't exactly travel or go to the spa due to COVID-19. Join me this week, while I'm on a working vacation, where I talk about how to do a good staycation, what to do with that time, how to process the emotions and sensations that come up, and how to feel good about needing- and taking- a break.

    • 19 min
    Episode 37: How to Get The Most Out of Clinical Supervision Time

    Episode 37: How to Get The Most Out of Clinical Supervision Time

    This week, I discuss how to structure the supervision relationship (whether you're a supervisor or a supervisee) and how to make sure you're using supervision time as effectively as possible to meet supervision goals. I also talk about some of the tools I've created to help make the best use of clinical supervision relationships and to be sure supervisors and supervisees are on the same page!

    • 27 min

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Outstanding!

I am currently in graduate school for clinical counseling. I have been listening to the Supportive Supervision podcast have found it so informative and amazing. One of my favorite episodes discusses self-care (episode 9). It is a topic that is not frequently discussed in grad school. Prior to listening to the podcast, self-care, to me, meant doing something “relaxing” such as getting your nails done. The podcast brought to my attention that self-care does not always involve doing something that is considered relaxing. Self-care can be going to supervision, connecting with other people in your field or doing something for yourself. I feel like there could (and should) be a whole graduate course on self-care. I also enjoyed the episode what grad school never taught me (episode 13). As a student, this information was very helpful and made me feel more confident about jumping into the counseling field. All the episodes have been wonderful so far and I am excited to continue listening and learning more about the field.

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