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Supportive SuperVision Podcast

Rebecca Toner, MA, LPC

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Supportive SuperVision Podcast

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Rebecca Toner, MA, LPC

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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!

Latest Episodes

Episode 11 with Elizabeth Adams, LCSW

EIn this episode, I spoke with my longtime friend and colleague, Elizabeth Adams, LCSW. We worked for a few years at the same community mental health crisis assessment job, and then she moved on to work as a contractor in a school system. She has moved up the ranks to a blended position of clinical supervision and clinical work with teenagers- which she never expected to do- and ended up loving. We go deep into working with teens, adjusting to COVID-19, and the nuances of working IN a school without working FOR the school. This is such an interesting way to work within our field and is DEFINITELY worth a listen!

57 MIN2 d ago
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Episode 11 with Elizabeth Adams, LCSW

Episode 10: When Life Happens

ECounselors, therapists, and clinical social workers- ever wondered how you'd handle continuing to work when life happens? How do you process your "stuff" while also helping clients manage theirs? Get some ideas in this episode!

21 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 10: When Life Happens

Episode 9: Self-Care Isn't All Mani-Pedis and Massages

EIn this solo episode, I highlight some of the more action-oriented things we should be doing to take care of ourselves, including challenging our emotional narratives in therapy, sussing out counter-transference, fear, and confusion in ongoing supervision and consultation, and setting boundaries with our loved ones when we need an emotional break and just want to zone out or read for a little while. I also share some of my favorite resources for challenging more subconscious limiting beliefs, including internalized patriarchy, able-ism, racism, and sexism!

20 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 9: Self-Care Isn't All Mani-Pedis and Massages

Episode 8: Staying Connected to Your Purpose as a Healer

EIt can be hard to stay connected to the reason why we got into this field and why helping is important to us. Nobody wants to talk about the fact that often, counselor education and early field work/career positions undermine counselor confidence and empowerment. Here are some mindset shifts and tips tp stay connected to your purpose as a healer, regardless of where you are in your career!

23 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 8: Staying Connected to Your Purpose as a Healer

SPECIAL EPISODE: Racial Justice and Clinical Supervision

EWe are living in a time where more people than ever are speaking out about systemic racism and internalized white supremacy, and it is imperative that clinical supervisors unpack their own internalized white supremacy to amplify and hold space for the experiences of clients and supervisees. Our world is exhibiting a lot of hurt that has been festering for hundreds of years, and clinical supervisors need to do our part to learn, listen, and grow.

19 MIN3 w ago
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SPECIAL EPISODE: Racial Justice and Clinical Supervision

Episode 7: This Is For the Emergency Mental Health Workers

EOften, emergency mental health workers are overlooked in the discussion about supporting our emergency medical staff- even though we are often silently directly supporting those same medical staff to keep them going. We can even feel unsupported by our own administration and supervisors as we are doing face-to-face, necessary work with clients, or we can feel as though we are trusted with mental health crises but we are not trusted to work safely and with integrity on safer terms- such as working from home. This episode is meant to shed light, give recognition, and offer encouragement to seek support, therapy, supervision, and revisit the meaning of boundaries and self-care during COVID-19.

14 MINJUN 2
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Episode 7: This Is For the Emergency Mental Health Workers

Episode 6: Empowerment Model with Khara Brindle and Christina Murphy

EIn this week’s episode, I met with Khara Croswaite Brindle and Christina Murphy, two clinicians in private practice who came together to create “The Empowerment Model of Clinical Supervision” and the Supervisionary Subscription of monthly tools for clinical supervision. These powerhouses share some of their clinical experiences as well as their business experiences, how they met, and how they co-birthed the Empowerment Model. This episode is great for supervisors, supervisees, and those who are considering becoming either.I love how they have created a fluid model based on mutual respect and evaluation which makes room for experience and knowledge supervisees naturally bring into the relationship. These ladies are full of wonderful clinical supervision tools, revolutionary ideas to create more space for diversity in helping professions, and provide everything a supervisor needs to stick to the empowerment model of supervision with their supervisees from the very beginning- and feel confident while doing it!

33 MINMAY 26
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Episode 6: Empowerment Model with Khara Brindle and Christina Murphy

Episode 5: Outside-the-Box Clinician Self-Care

ESelf-care has changed dramatically in response to COVID-19, and has always been something many clinicians struggle with. We identify as healers of others, which often means we put everyone before ourselves. Included are some mindset shifts and self-care ideas to respond to changing needs and boundaries during COVID-19.

23 MINMAY 20
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Episode 5: Outside-the-Box Clinician Self-Care

Episode 4: My Favorite Resources, Vol. 1

EIn this episode, I'll be sharing my ten favorite books and podcasts for personal growth, psychoeducation with clients, or growth as a counselor, supervisor, or EMDR clinician. I'll explain a little bit about why each is so important to the work I do, and I encourage you to log into the Facebook group or discussion on today's Instagram post to give me your favorites as well!

19 MINMAY 12
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Episode 4: My Favorite Resources, Vol. 1

Episode 3: COVID-19 Implications for Mental Health Providers

ECOVID-19 has forced many of us to adjust to a work-from-home situation very unexpectedly. This has led counselors, social workers, and therapists to change schedules, meeting formats, communication with clients, and boundaries between work and home. This has also impacted clinician self-care and general human well-being, due to being quarantined for several weeks without clarity and often resulting in a feeling of isolation.

17 MINMAY 5
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Episode 3: COVID-19 Implications for Mental Health Providers

Latest Episodes

Episode 11 with Elizabeth Adams, LCSW

EIn this episode, I spoke with my longtime friend and colleague, Elizabeth Adams, LCSW. We worked for a few years at the same community mental health crisis assessment job, and then she moved on to work as a contractor in a school system. She has moved up the ranks to a blended position of clinical supervision and clinical work with teenagers- which she never expected to do- and ended up loving. We go deep into working with teens, adjusting to COVID-19, and the nuances of working IN a school without working FOR the school. This is such an interesting way to work within our field and is DEFINITELY worth a listen!

57 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Episode 11 with Elizabeth Adams, LCSW

Episode 10: When Life Happens

ECounselors, therapists, and clinical social workers- ever wondered how you'd handle continuing to work when life happens? How do you process your "stuff" while also helping clients manage theirs? Get some ideas in this episode!

21 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 10: When Life Happens

Episode 9: Self-Care Isn't All Mani-Pedis and Massages

EIn this solo episode, I highlight some of the more action-oriented things we should be doing to take care of ourselves, including challenging our emotional narratives in therapy, sussing out counter-transference, fear, and confusion in ongoing supervision and consultation, and setting boundaries with our loved ones when we need an emotional break and just want to zone out or read for a little while. I also share some of my favorite resources for challenging more subconscious limiting beliefs, including internalized patriarchy, able-ism, racism, and sexism!

20 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 9: Self-Care Isn't All Mani-Pedis and Massages

Episode 8: Staying Connected to Your Purpose as a Healer

EIt can be hard to stay connected to the reason why we got into this field and why helping is important to us. Nobody wants to talk about the fact that often, counselor education and early field work/career positions undermine counselor confidence and empowerment. Here are some mindset shifts and tips tp stay connected to your purpose as a healer, regardless of where you are in your career!

23 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 8: Staying Connected to Your Purpose as a Healer

SPECIAL EPISODE: Racial Justice and Clinical Supervision

EWe are living in a time where more people than ever are speaking out about systemic racism and internalized white supremacy, and it is imperative that clinical supervisors unpack their own internalized white supremacy to amplify and hold space for the experiences of clients and supervisees. Our world is exhibiting a lot of hurt that has been festering for hundreds of years, and clinical supervisors need to do our part to learn, listen, and grow.

19 MIN3 w ago
Comments
SPECIAL EPISODE: Racial Justice and Clinical Supervision

Episode 7: This Is For the Emergency Mental Health Workers

EOften, emergency mental health workers are overlooked in the discussion about supporting our emergency medical staff- even though we are often silently directly supporting those same medical staff to keep them going. We can even feel unsupported by our own administration and supervisors as we are doing face-to-face, necessary work with clients, or we can feel as though we are trusted with mental health crises but we are not trusted to work safely and with integrity on safer terms- such as working from home. This episode is meant to shed light, give recognition, and offer encouragement to seek support, therapy, supervision, and revisit the meaning of boundaries and self-care during COVID-19.

14 MINJUN 2
Comments
Episode 7: This Is For the Emergency Mental Health Workers

Episode 6: Empowerment Model with Khara Brindle and Christina Murphy

EIn this week’s episode, I met with Khara Croswaite Brindle and Christina Murphy, two clinicians in private practice who came together to create “The Empowerment Model of Clinical Supervision” and the Supervisionary Subscription of monthly tools for clinical supervision. These powerhouses share some of their clinical experiences as well as their business experiences, how they met, and how they co-birthed the Empowerment Model. This episode is great for supervisors, supervisees, and those who are considering becoming either.I love how they have created a fluid model based on mutual respect and evaluation which makes room for experience and knowledge supervisees naturally bring into the relationship. These ladies are full of wonderful clinical supervision tools, revolutionary ideas to create more space for diversity in helping professions, and provide everything a supervisor needs to stick to the empowerment model of supervision with their supervisees from the very beginning- and feel confident while doing it!

33 MINMAY 26
Comments
Episode 6: Empowerment Model with Khara Brindle and Christina Murphy

Episode 5: Outside-the-Box Clinician Self-Care

ESelf-care has changed dramatically in response to COVID-19, and has always been something many clinicians struggle with. We identify as healers of others, which often means we put everyone before ourselves. Included are some mindset shifts and self-care ideas to respond to changing needs and boundaries during COVID-19.

23 MINMAY 20
Comments
Episode 5: Outside-the-Box Clinician Self-Care

Episode 4: My Favorite Resources, Vol. 1

EIn this episode, I'll be sharing my ten favorite books and podcasts for personal growth, psychoeducation with clients, or growth as a counselor, supervisor, or EMDR clinician. I'll explain a little bit about why each is so important to the work I do, and I encourage you to log into the Facebook group or discussion on today's Instagram post to give me your favorites as well!

19 MINMAY 12
Comments
Episode 4: My Favorite Resources, Vol. 1

Episode 3: COVID-19 Implications for Mental Health Providers

ECOVID-19 has forced many of us to adjust to a work-from-home situation very unexpectedly. This has led counselors, social workers, and therapists to change schedules, meeting formats, communication with clients, and boundaries between work and home. This has also impacted clinician self-care and general human well-being, due to being quarantined for several weeks without clarity and often resulting in a feeling of isolation.

17 MINMAY 5
Comments
Episode 3: COVID-19 Implications for Mental Health Providers
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