I supervise at the Brooklyn College Personal Counseling Center.  In this setting I meet with therapists in training, both individually and in a group setting,  and help to train them to be psychotherapists.  I also do private supervision on an individual basis.

Supervision offers the opportunity to observe and individual as they evolve clinically and to help them know themselves in that role.  I see my goal as being someone they can use as a mirror for the experience of learning to do therapy.  Consequently I do not re-analyze the client they are talking about but rather try hard to concentrate on the therapist and his/her struggles in working with the client presented.