Mentoring sessions--development of therapeutic skills

Mentoring sessions offer the opportunity to explore in a gentle, compassionate and creative context, difficulties or concerns a professional, either in training or already working, may have about their therapeutic practice.

Mentoring sessions follow the model of integrated supervision, which combines three roles:

1.- Instructor, with explanations / explorations of theory, methodology and therapeutic techniques.

2.- Therapist, exploring the blind spots or reactivity experienced by the person supervised regarding their patients / clients.

3.- Consultant, in reviewing cases in therapeutic supervision (if the person concerned is already working), exploring options offered by the different therapeutic approaches and academic disciplines that inform my work: Intuitive-integral and narrative psychotherapy, dance/movement therapy, complexity and chaos theories, critical discourse analysis, cultural anthropology, creative writing, among others.