Endorsement for Culturally Sensitive, Relationship Based Practice Promoting Infant Mental Health
Qualified Providers of Reflective Supervision in Texas*
Reflective supervision/consultation goes beyond clinical supervision to shared exploration of the parallel process, i.e., attention to all of the relationships, including that between practitioner and parent, between parent and infant/toddler, and between practitioner and supervisor. It is critical to understand how each of these relationships affects the others.
Of additional importance, by attending to the emotional content of the work and how reactions to the content affect the work, reflective supervision/consultation relates to professional and personal development within one’s dicipline. Finally, there is often greater emphasis on the supervisor/consultant’s ability to listen and wait, allowing the supervisee to discover solutions, concepts and perceptions on his/her owen without interruption from the supervisor/consultant. Below you will find a list of providers of relective supervision/consultation in the state of Texas who are qualified to supervise TAIMH Endorsement® applicants and their contact information. Most of the providers listed below indicated they are willing to travel to provide services or provide supervision via telephone and/or Skype.
*Please note that this is not an exhaustive list. Any reflective supervision provider who meets the requirements for Level III Endorsement is eligible to provide supervision. For questions or to see if your provider meets Level III requirements, please e-mail Isabel Tanco (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Betty Ann Ablon, IMH-E (IV)
Kristi Armstrong, IMH-E (III)
Debbie Cherry, LMFT, IMH-E (III)
Katie Compton, IMH-E (II)
Barbara Einsohn, IMH-E (IV)
Elizabeth Francis, IMH-E (IV)
Brenda Frizell, Ph. D
Barbara Hokamp, IMH-E (IV)
Patty Miller, IMH-E (IV)
Michael Ratheal, IMH-E (IV)
Carol Mason Wolfe, IMH-E (IV)
214.321.9155 x 104
Ann Wood, IMH-E (IV)