Supervision of clinical training and mentoring established professionals is central to my work. Guiding people into the details of play and family therapy ensures that people will continue to have qualified professionals available to help them.
I take supervision very seriously and limit my supervision to a few supervisees per year. I provide supervision for play therapists seeking their RPT's as well as MFT students seeking marriage and family therapy hours for licensure. I am a Registered Play Therapy Supervisor and an Approved AAMFT Supervisor.
Supervision is usually on-line and every effort is made to have one in-person meeting during the course of supervision. Supervision usually requires videotape review as well as case discussion.
Supervisees are encouraged to take photos of child or family art work that we can view on line through a protected, HIPAA approved web program (Professional Zoom). I'm able to conduct supervision in both English and Spanish.
I also provide professional mentoring to new or seasoned psychotherapists seeking to develop knowledge, insight, or experience in a specific topic. Mentoring can occur in Public Speaking, Publishing, or Professional Development (i.e., career path). I can provide Mentoring in both English and Spanish.
In addition, I have mentored many colleagues in topics such as sand therapy, art therapy, working with sexual behavior problems in children, family play therapy, etc. I have thoroughly enjoyed helping professionals establish or strengthen their skill-sets in these and other areas, as well as articulating individualized learning programs in a clear and structured way.
Contact me today whether you’re interested in
Consultation by phone or online via a HIPAA compliant connection
Supervision or Mentoring
Dr. Eliana Gil
We will use a secure, professional Zoom Meeting room for any consultation - the arrangement is HIPAA-compliant.
I am committed to sharing what I've learned over the years, in particular, helping young and seasoned clinicians provide an integrated therapy approach which includes an array of trauma-informed interventions which include play, art, and sand therapies, along with cognitive behavioral techniques.