Are you a new or early career mental health professional looking for supervision, clinical training, or case consultation? Can you benefit from outside support to enhance your clinical skills, develop an expertise, manage the complexities of a difficult client gain, or gain professional development? Dr. Jamila offers individual and group clinical supervision for new and early-career mental health professionals.
Dr. Jamila is a licensed psychologist with 14 years of experience providing clinical supervision in a licensed New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) clinic to students, social workers, mental health counselors, and psychologists. She’s gained a wealth of knowledge about OMH rules/regulations, evidence-based treatments, and effective administrative and business practices for mental health providers. She has expertise in creating a safe and supportive place to learn best practices in cognitive behavioral, trauma-informed, and culturally-relevant treatment, exploring personal responses to client material, preventing and overcoming vicarious trauma and helper burnout, offering clinical feedback for case consultations, expanding expertise, and advancing career goals.
“The most authentic thing about us is our capacity to create, to overcome, to endure, to transform, to love and to be greater than our suffering.”
Dr. Jamila Codrington, right, clinical supervisor and therapist at Astor Services for Children and Families in the Bronx, answers a question during the Mental Health Summit at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture in Manhattan Feb. 13. With her from left are Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, moderator; Dr. Derek Suite, M.D., MS, of Full Circle Health in the Bronx, and Dr. David L. Ginsberg, M.D., of NYU Langone Medical Center in Manhattan.