Supervision w/ Kelly

I provide supervision toward MFT licensure in Minnesota and am a MN Board Approved LMFT Supervisor

Clinical Lens/Training

I am passionate about my work as a therapist and approach my clinical work from an attachment, neurobiological, and systemic lens to help clients who have experienced relationship injuries (as children or adults), past trauma(s), anxiety, and/or difficulty functioning to their best ability. I work with individuals 13 years old and up, couples, and families, and have a non-pathological approach that is based in Marsha Linehan’s beliefs that we are doing the best we can at any given moment. My training includes multiple family systems models including Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Adaptive Internal Relational Model (AIR Network), as well as a few behavioral models including Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). As such, I will supervise best from these perspectives and would love to work with therapists who want to also work from one or more of these models. My work in therapy and supervision is competence based, relationship oriented, and focused on helping you find your best skill set for the work you want to do.

Individual/Dyad Supervision

In individual/dyad supervision, we will have the opportunity to work on self of the therapist exploration as well as specific case consultation. It will be an opportunity for you to grow as a therapist, as a person, and as a professional (dyad supervision is 2 supervisees in a session and the hours count toward your individual hours for licensure).

Group Supervision

Group supervision is set up in a cohort model (6 committed participants) to help foster and nurture both you as an individual, but also your network in the field. We will spend time exploring our own understanding of who we are, what models and practices we work from, how to recognize our own gifting as well as vulnerabilities in the role of therapist. In this safe and non-judgmental environment, we will share from our own histories, family of origin experiences, knowledge about what informs our decision making, insecurity, or struggle as well as strengths.

We will leave time at the end of each meeting for individuals who may have questions specific to cases on their caseload, but expect that most of your case consultation and administrative supervision will come from your individual supervisor and not this group. We will also use the time to check in with each other every meeting and share about what might be happening in our personal lives that impacts our role as a therapist. Because of this, group supervision requires a 6 month commitment from all members to help create a rich environment that makes space for vulnerability and sharing.

I created this model of group supervision in response to my own experience when getting licensed. Most of the group hours I got were listening to other people present cases and hearing just the supervisor give his/her opinion about the case. I often found this format lacking in engagement and just a way to get my hours in an inexpensive way. There is a place for drop-in group opportunities, but this is not that. We all sign up for group supervision to help save money and cut the cost of supervision, but I do not believe that means the experience should be any less rewarding. Please feel free to reach out to me if you have questions or interest in joining the next cohort!

Rate – $125

I offer a flat rate for supervision meaning that I charge $125/hour for both individual and dyad supervision. I also charge $125 for 4 hours of group supervision. So you can choose the modality but the rate remains the same.

Please contact Kelly Haase if you have any questions or would like to schedule a meeting to discuss the possibility of working together. or 612-305-8606

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