Clinical Supervision

Art and Mindfulness Clinical Supervision Groups

New Group Starting Friday May 31st!


Apply Below…Space is limited!

This unique clinical supervision group format is excellent for those who are looking for an affordable supplemental supervision option that offers the opportunity for creativity, in-depth personal reflection, and connection with like-minded colleagues. This program offers excellent clinical preparation learning specific expressive arts and mindfulness therapy techniques to add to your therapeutic skills base. You will benefit from the diverse knowledge and experience of two specialized clinicians/facilitators. On each day of the group, you will be invited to bring one clinical case study from your practice. The group will process this case in-depth using applied techniques of art and mindfulness.  You will benefit from the collective group wisdom and sharpen your own clinical skills as you work through your fellow group participants cases and practice new creative approaches.




The next group will run in downtown Edmonds, Wa on three consecutive Fridays May 31st, June 7th and June 14th from 8am-3:30pm and will offer a total of 20 clinical supervision hours!

(Can’t make this group? Another new group will be starting in the fall on the following dates: September 27, October 4 and October 11th)

Supervision fee is $55/supervision hour

NOTE: These groups are intended as supplemental supervision. All participants are required to also be working simultaneously with a primary clinical supervisor.

Meet Your Supervisor:

20190327-dsc_9292-2 (2)Jaime Robbins LMFT, ATR-BC is a Washington State Approved Clinical Supervisor, licensed marriage and family therapist and board certified art therapist, currently co-facilitating art and mindfulness women’s retreats and supervision groups in Edmonds, WA.  Jaime has worked in the field of mental health for over 13 years, serving in community mental health, private practice, and academia.  She had the pleasure of being an associate faculty member in the Creative Arts program at Antioch University Seattle for six years.  Jaime has facilitated art-based supervision groups for the past five years, deeply enjoying working with clinicians during this exciting developmental time. Additionally, she is certified as a Child Mental Health Specialist, trained in Parent Child Interaction Training and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.  She is passionate about community art making, helping clinicians develop a strong sense of “self as therapist,” and empowering individuals to trust the wisdom that emerges in process oriented art making.



And her co-facilitator: 
img_0402Peggy Farah, LMHC is a Licensed Psychotherapist, Mindfulness Instructor and Workshop facilitator, and The Founder of The Deeper Cravings Path™ (food and body recovery curriculum) and Release™ (women’s art and meditation retreats). Peggy has a Masters in Psychotherapy and Spirituality and has worked in the field of mental health and emotional health for over 20 years. In the early part of her career she supported children and youth through critical illness, grief and loss, then went on to work in various senior management providing supervision and mentoring to large and diverse staff teams in nonprofit organizations and has now been in private clinical practice for the past 6 years providing psychotherapy to individuals and couples. Peggy is passionate about helping others awaken to their lives through mindfulness and nourishing what they are truly hungry for. Peggy’s career highlight was being invited by Oprah Winfrey’s team to share her experience of transforming her relationship with food and her body with Oprah and an audience of 10 thousand others at Key Arena in Seattle in 2014.

Space is limited to 6 Supervisees per group. Upon applying you’ll be contacted for an initial consultation/interview.  We will be selecting applicants following those interviews on a first come first serve basis.

Apply now below: