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I am an OBLPCT-approved supervisor candidate. I have experience in community mental health, pre-ACT treatment, OP and IOP, community outreach, residential, and crisis. I have worked with children, adolescents, and adults providing individual, relationship, and group counseling. I have experience with SPMI, personality disorders, mood disorders, adjustment disorders, and life transitions. I offer anti-oppressive and social justice oriented supervision and consultation in English and Spanish.


Individual, triadic, and group supervision

  • I offer online supervision to LPC and LMFT associates in the state of Oregon from a relational, systemic, and social justice approach. My main theoretical orientations are psychodynamic, systemic, liberation psychology, and ACT. Although I heavily rely on IFS, Gestalt, Jungian analysis, Decolonised Non-Violent Communication (DNVC), and Pedagogy of the Oppressed as well.

  • My focus is on helping you intersubjectively process your client interactions and your choice of intervention in the moment. I value the importance of processing the relational component of therapy, the use of immediacy and appropriate self-disclosure in session as well as the self of the therapist.

  • I specialise in working with underrepresented and systemically marginalised populations on values clarification, self-compassion, self-care/community care, burnout, imposter syndrome, colonialism, intergenerational trauma, acculturation, racial identity, and micro/macro systems of oppression.


  • Read more about group supervision for prelicensed clinicians here.

  • I offer a 60-minute initial consultation free of charge to discuss how we could best work together.

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One-time or ongoing individual and group consultation

  • I offer online clinical consultation to any licensed clinician working with BIPOC, multiracial, and/or Latinx/e/a/o clients using a relational, systemic, and social justice lens.

  • I also offer clinical consultation to any clinician (licensed or prelicensed) seeking to mindfully process the following: 

    • Power dynamics, vicarious trauma, and conflicts within their agencies or organisations.

    • Use of self, self-disclosure, transference/countertransference, intersubjectivity, and immediacy.

    • Implicit bias, unfiltered internal reactions, and preconceived notions.

    • Personal/professional boundaries.

    • Authentic self-care and community-care.

  • I also provide clinical consultation to clinicians who want to incorporate anti-oppressive, liberatory, and decolonised practices in their work.

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Small Group Coaching for Clinicians

Decolonize Your Practice is an 8-week program for mental health practitioners who want to incorporate anti-oppressive, decolonized, and liberatory values into their therapy practices.
Throughout this program a small group of like-minded clinicians will support each other in decolonizing their practices in the way that makes most sense to them.


Practical support, mentorship, and consultation to develop your private practice from the ground up.

To get started, learn more here, email me at: or schedule a brief meeting below.

  • Learn how to build your insurance-based private practice on your own, or get side-by-side support every step of the way.

  • Figure out how to work with insurance companies: applying for each panel, checking benefits, submitting claims, OON, secondary insurance, opting out of panels.

  • ​Work with OHP and its CCOs (Single Case Agreements).

  • Keep up with documentation: The Golden Thread.

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