Consultation and Supervision

Culturally responsive consultation and supervision for equity-oriented counselors.

Whether you are seeking work supervision, pursuing independent licensure, or strengthening your supervision skills, I look forward to creating a non-judgmental, supportive, and affirming space for you to process client issues, address countertransference, and cultivate your skills.

Work Supervision


Supervising counselors-in-training is my specialty. I utilize a strength-based, holistic, and humanistic approach to supervision that identifies and amplifies your strengths as well as empowers you to cultivate your clinical intuition and therapeutic skills.

Training Supervision


I endorse a multifaceted and individualized approach to supervision. Together, we will co-create a plan that outlines your strengths, opportunities for growth, and strategies to address “blind spots” in counseling and supervision.

Professional Consultation


I specialize in professional consultation on topics related to:

  • Professional issues
  • Navigating the peer-review publication process
  • Professional writing and editing

Areas of clinical consultation topics include:

  • Implicit bias
  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Sex trafficking
  • Human sexuality
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) issues and concerns
  • Sexual and romantic identities
  • Polyamory and consensual non-monogamy
  • BDSM and kink
  • Racial trauma
  • Ethnic and racial identity development
  • Counseling Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders
Triadic Supervision


Join another counselor in supervision. Process 1-2 cases (time permitting) and learn from the experiences and perspectives of others.

“In the time I spent under Stacey’s supervision, I walked away feeling more confident in my ability as a counselor and supervisor. Stacey’s genuine ability to connect and teach enhanced my development and knowledge in the mental health field. I look forward to connecting with her continually in the future as a colleague and knowledgeable resource.”

Stephen Thomas, Owner and CEO of Refuge Counseling

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