Supervision is offered in the following ways:
Supervision Modalities

Supervision in a group can help you improve your skills by
practicing interventions with other group members via role
play, giving you a more realistic experience of working with
individual clients, couples, and families.  Group supervision
also provides you with a rich experience because it offers
different points of view and a network of peer support
I offer two levels of groups. One for less experienced
clinicians with up to 4-5 years experience and an advanced

  • Beginner to intermediate:  This group is geared toward more
    junior clinicians who wish to get their clinical license (LCSW,
    LPC) or who have been practicing independently for a few
    years.  Clinicians with a masters in counseling and less
    experienced MFT's are also welcome.  This group meets
    Wednesday mornings.

  • Advanced: This group is for more experienced clinicians who
    are interested in learning how to incorporate systemic
    thinking and action methods into their work. THis group
    meets Thursday mornings.

Schedule for times groups are offered.

Please contact
Paula Ochs for details and to arrange for a free one-half
hour consultation.  Group supervision is offered online or in Montclair, NJ.

For more information on the benefits of individual and group supervision
Benefits of Supervision.

Supervision is offered in the following ways:

One-on-one Supervision/Consultation
Meetings are for one hour online until we can meet in person
in Montclair, NJ. We can meet one time only, weekly,
bi-weekly, or monthly.  If we are meeting in person, you may
bring in videotaped sessions for review and case
presentation (videotapes must be accompanied by a release,
signed by your client).  Genograms and one-on-one role play
are also available to supervisees to explore client/patient
issues.  For more information regarding available times,
location and fees, contact
Paula Ochs.
"Supervision in Action/Family Therapy in Action"      
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