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I liken clinical supervision to dance; movement and tempo and each one unique. My supervisory theory is integrated within theories of counseling, personality and spirituality/theology and leans towards a psychodynamic approach; heavily influenced by object relations, experiential systems, and the Enneagram.
As a supervisor I utilize a clinical learning model which creates both deepening questions for the pastoral counselor and their clients. I hold that competency is a life-long engagement of spiritual formation, theoretical examination and experimentation. My particular theoretical underpinnings are attachment theory and research, interpersonal neurobiology (brain science) psychodynamic theory, and theological anthropology.