Supervising and mentoring emerging mental health professionals
Supervising and mentoring emerging mental health professionals in individual and group settings is not only an expertise, but a joy of my career. Using a reflective supervision approach to facilitate self-growth, independence and confidence, I balance empathy and structure. I value vulnerability and transparency as essential parts of the learning experience for supervisor and supervisee; we are a collaborative team.
A teacher at heart, I enjoy facilitating development through experience, scientific knowledge, and practical resources. In group supervision, I leverage the unique gifts and diverse thinking of members to create synergy. My “complex trauma lens” and deep knowledge of developmental processes affords me the breadth to supervise issues of complexity in children, teens, and adults.
- Mental Health Professionals seeking Licensure Hours
- Mental Health Professionals seeking ongoing supervision post licensure
- Agencies (Behavioral Health, Foster Care)
“Dr. van Eys has given me guidance during the internship application process that is far above and beyond that which I’ve received from my own advisors and supervisors, patiently hearing me talk through my thought process and helping me translate it into clinical and academic language so that I am better equipped to express myself and present myself as a competent psychologist in training. Dr. van Eys also possesses knowledge of newer therapeutic modalities not presented in graduate school, in addition to more traditional approaches.”
— M.K. – Fourth Year Clinical Psychology Student
“Words cannot convey how much of an impact you have made on me as a person and a professional over these past five years — in the cases that you provided me with so much clinical guidance when I was a new therapist, to continuing to help me grow throughout the years. You saw strengths in me, built them up, and grew some that I had lost. You have helped me help so many little lives, and they are all as equally grateful as I am that there is a person like you!”– Jennifer Bice – Therapist/clinical manager, LPC