Innovation in Learning and Development

A key part of clinical supervision, training, and learning is transforming yourself to be present, and use your self and identity, and walk with your client through healing.

Clinical supervision for individuals and peers are an unique feature of our consulting services. Through clinical supervision we support aspiring therapists to develop their craft within the field and find their niche.

The supervisor relationship is a “culturally safe” experience that permits and allows, and shapes critical reflexive and introspection into our work.

As an organization, we host bi-weekly clinical supervision meetings as an opportunity to learn and grow within practice.

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Placement Opportunities

Student interns play an integral role in our firm. We currently support interns in graduate and diploma programs, focusing on social work, mental health and counselling psychology.  

Our interns experience individual supervision, access to peer supervision, access to their own gmail account, ability to work with individuals and families, comprehensive treatment learning program and tailored placement goals to fit your needs with ongoing support.To apply for a placement with our organization, complete an application form:

Fee Structure

Individual Supervision, without a placement or school agreement is $150, plus HST

Applying for Placement or Supervision

Register for placement on our confidential Intern Application

Supervision Experience

Nicole Perryman, holds a Master in Social Work and Counselling Psychology. She is a Registered Social Worker, Certified Play Therapist and Registered Psychotherapist held at multiple regulatory colleges. She has supervised over 50 students from college, undergraduate and graduate programs. In her journey to become a supervisor, she has attended an in depth supervision course, engaged in individual therapy, individual supervision, and group supervision.

Nicole uses a mentorship/coaching model to supervision, which looks at strengths and skill sets. She encourages supervisees to engage in dynamic introspective work that examines the use of self, critical self-reflection, and the importance of professional life quality.

Preparing for your initial interview

Once you submit your application, you may be selected for an interview. Candidates selected to work with clients must have:

  • an introductory understanding of trauma-informed practice
  • willingness to work with clients from a range of back grounds including, Indigenous, Black, and People of Colour, demonstrate some understanding of cultural-informed practice, and willing to work within a holistic intervention model
  • willingness to work with children, youth and families in multiple settings

Once an interview is established, the questions are sent at least 24 hours before the meeting to assist you with preparing for the interview. The questions pertain to 3 main areas of focus:

Practice focus: Anti-oppressive practice, holistic care, and trauma-informed practice and your understanding of the key topics and how you would integrate this approach into your work with people.

Employability Skills: The focus of these questions identify your understanding of ethical practice, working with others and supervisors, and how you deal with conflict, and your strengths & needs.

Supervision Needs: A healthy growth in psychotherapy consists of a strong supervisor- supervisee relationship. Please share your prospectives about what you are looking for in a supervisor.

Once you are selected and your placement is confirmed, you will receive dates for pre-training for 1 week prior to your placement and throughout your placement.

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