Clinical Supervision - For New and Experienced Therapists

Why Choose Kevin for Clinical Supervision?

Supervision is an important and mandatory part of the professional development of a Registered Psychotherapist. It can also be a way to learn about different aspects of therapy for therapists with more experience and training.

As the Clinical Director of Health & Happiness: Counselling and Wellness, Kevin Greene has been developing practical ways to help his patients. If you are looking for a supervisor who will support you based on real-world approaches and not textbook, then Kevin Greene might be a good fit for you.

He is now offering clinical supervision for psychotherapists in the following crucial and underserved areas:

  1. General psychotherapy for young people: how to approach treating children, teens, and young adults after COVID.
  2. ADHD: What it is (and isn’t) and how incorporate its reality into therapy.
  3. Autism Spectrum Disorder: The challenge and reward of working with Autistic people of all ages. 
  4. School avoidance: The school system has not helped students get back to a regular schedule, resulting in increased absences due to low motivation and rising anxiety. Working with students from JK to University requires an understanding of this unique population to help them progress.
  5. Bullying (Online and Offline): Practical ways to engage the school and equip young people to manage.
  6. Online addiction: How COVID has changed how to deal with this increasingly common problem.
  7. Social Anxiety: Helping youth reconnect after COVID and better understand the reasons for social anxiety.

Kevin can also provide supervision around building a private practice and more generic therapeutic situations that are common in psychotherapy.

Supervision Scope of Practice

Kevin Greene is a Registered Psychotherapist in Independent Practice and has taken 50 hours of formal clinical supervision training. In addition, he has over 15 years of corporate technology sales experience that focused on ethical sales practices. He has a BA in Political Science (1994) from York University, a MBA from the Schulich School of Business (2001), and a MA in Counselling Psychology (2018) from Yorkville University. 

He has taken courses in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, Suicide Prevention, and Advanced Training in Autism for Mental Health Providers in addition to the various articles that he reads.

As every patient is different, Kevin’s approach varies based on the specific needs of the people he sees. He has worked as a contractor delivering Internet Based CBT (iCBT) for MindBeacon, worked in a university setting at Yorkville University where he helped to pioneer the online therapy service prior to COVID, and is a contractor for Modern Health.