Supervision/Case Consultation

For Professionals

Supervision/Case Consultation

for Therapists

The Family Enhancement & Play Therapy Center, Inc. offers clinical consultation and supervision to play, filial, and family therapists.  Case consultation and supervision is eclectic in nature, including child-centered and directive play therapies, filial therapy, and other types of interventions (e.g., parenting skills, cognitive-behavioral therapies, case management). Case consultation is available for a wide range of child/family problems.  Supervisees are encouraged to be active partners in the process. Individual and group consultation/supervision is available in a variety of formats.

Dr. VanFleet and other qualified child/family professionals are available for case consultation.  All are licensed in their respective fields and are Registered Play Therapist-Supervisors with considerable child and family experience.  (Dr. VanFleet is a licensed psychologist in PA, a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, and a Certified Filial Therapy Instructor/Supervisor.)  Please contact Dr. VanFleet to arrange case consultation/supervision to meet your particular needs.

Formats Available

Individual, in person – One-on-one meeting for case consultation or supervision.

Individual, video – Supervisee sends case summary and videotape in advance and then discusses it with the supervisor during a prearranged phone call. This can be done by video review prior to the phone call or by simultaneously watching the video while discussing it over the phone.

Individual, phone – Supervisee sends case summary and points for discussion in advance and then discusses it with supervisor during a prearranged phone call.

Group, in person – Small group of 2-6 people meets and alternately presents cases for discussion. This can be done anywhere from an hour at a time to an entire day, depending upon the group’s preferences.

Group, video, conference call – Supervisees send case summaries and videos in advance, watch each other’s videos in advance, and then discuss them alternately with supervisor during a conference call or by using a speaker phone.

For more information about any of these case consultation options, please contact Dr. VanFleet.

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