“What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, and more unashamed conversation.” – Glenn Close
Adolescence is a unique, differentiated developmental stage requiring a specialist approach to explore the many facets of adolescent experiencing through the prism of the therapeutic relationship. At LAPCC we understand that supporting adolescent mental health is complex and multifaceted. We know that professionals working with this population benefit from specific supervisory support for the purposes of professional and competency development to enhance their clinical work with adolescents.
We provide supervision tailored to individuals, groups and organisations working in clinical, support and educational settings to understand and positively influence adolescent development.
Our supervisor’s offer services to support other professionals in the field of adolescent psychotherapy with:
(a) development of skills,
(b) clinical intervention strategies,
(c) understanding of specific adolescent mental health issues,
(d) treatment plan formulation,
(f) parental support interventions and
(g) self-care needs while working with young people.
Our experience in addressing specific issues linked to the area of mental health, gives insight into supporting such presentations as anxiety, eating disorders, self-harm and trauma in adolescence.
Our supervisors are fully accredited by IAHIP and/or IACP (or an equivalent accreditation body) and have extensive specialised experience in the area of adolescent psychotherapy.
If you are interested in obtaining supervision, consultation and/or educational services contact us to discuss your needs.