Supervision is an early stage of what hopefully marks a long clinical career in the mental health field.
Early counselor development centers around grounding in a clinical orientation, an ethical decision making model, cultural competency, and a solid foundation of self-care strategies to prevent burnout.
Dr. Berkoski practices a systemic and developmental method of clinical supervision. She enters into the Supervisory relationship as a collaborator, educator, gatekeeper, coach, and mentor. She advises new clinicians in ways to take the guesswork out of consistent, ethical, and theoretically sound practices of clinical work.
Amber received her Phd in Counselor Education and Supervision in 2018. Amber brings nearly ten years of clinical experience in the counseling field, with five years clinical supervisory experience in a community mental health setting.
Amber is an Approved Clinical Supervisor and AAMFT Approved Clinical Supervisor.
Supervision hourly rates with supporting documentation available upon request.