A live interactive training using the Zoom Pro platform
This free workshop offers an informal open forum for those who provide clinical supervision in a behavioral health or similar setting. The workshop will be facilitated by two experienced supervisors who will answer questions, provide perspective, offer insight, and encourage support and participation from other participants. You will be encouraged to submit an issue or question in advance that you wish to have addressed. This is an opportunity to learn, support, network, and commiserate!
Participation is limited to 15 people so register soon!
Denise R. Wolf, MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPC: Denise is adjunct faculty at Drexel and Villanova University as well as owner and practitioner therapist of Mangata Services. Denise is a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as a Registered, Board Certified and an Art Therapy Certified Supervisor through the Art Therapy Credentials Board. She received her graduate degree from Drexel University. Denise received her DBT training from the University of Washington and was able to learn directly from DBT founder Marsha Linehan. For over 20 years, Denise has been practicing as a therapist primarily treating adolescents with histories of complex interpersonal trauma. She works as a consultant for many local agencies and organizations including Mastery Charter Schools and The Philadelphia Art Museum
providing clinical supervision and programming related to trauma-informed care. Denise has presented at city, state, national and international conferences in the areas of DBT, trauma informed care, trauma and neurobiology, pedagogy, and clinical supervision. She has several articles published in peer reviewed journals and has contributed chapters to seminal texts on her clinical work with adolescents.
Monica S. Gocial, LCSW, LLC, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker currently in private practice in Elkins Park, PA, doing goal oriented therapy, clinical supervision and workshops. Areas of focus include: work/life balance, life transitions, stress management, grief and loss, and organization and time management skill building. She has clinical and management experience in a variety of behavioral health settings including: outpatient, partial hospitalization, inpatient hospitals, residential treatment and school settings. Monica has provided clinical services in the greater Philadelphia area since 1998. A graduate of Boston University, Monica obtained her BA in Psychology, and earned her Master of Social Work degree from the Catholic University of Social Services, in Washington, DC.
Register: Send e mail to firstname.lastname@example.org listing your name, agency, job title, e mail address,
and best number to reach you. Registration is limited to the first 15 people who respond.
Questions: Call David Hoffmann, Sources for Human Services, at 610-203-1926