A few weeks ago, I had the awesome pleasure of speaking with Rebecca Toner on her Supportive SuperVision podcast about my research and experience on in-home therapy and community mental health. Supportive SuperVision, as the title suggests, is a must listen for supervisors, supervisees, educators, and students in mental health fields.
I’ve been a listener of the show since I started supervising graduate-level students as a requirement in my PhD program, so, of course, I was really excited for this opportunity to speak a bit about agency work. Did you know Rebecca and I both started in this field out providing in-home services?
I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did, and don’t forget to check out the show’s Instagram page for even more resources on all things supervision.
Check out the episode embedded below, and subscribe to Supportive SuperVision wherever you listen to podcasts.
What are some of your experiences with in-home therapy and community mental health? Drop your thoughts and questions in the comments below!