NEW Supervision Group Forming Fall 2018


The group is open to Masters level clinicians of all stripes. There will be a 15-20 minute phone interview prior to acceptance into the group. The fee will be $40 per 90 minute session & we will be meeting every other week. The format will be one case presentation weekly, with the group using verbal as well as art-based processing to formulate the case and treatment goals, examine case material, and address transference and countertransference. Special attention and space will be offered to addressing burnout, secondary and vicarious trauma. 

Facilitated by Nadia Jenefsky, MPS, LCAT. Nadia has been supervising staff and MA interns for almost 20 years in a wide variety of settings. She brings to her supervisory and clinical training 15 years under the supervision of Art Robbins, Ed.D., founder of the Pratt Institute Art Therapy Program. Her supervisory approach focuses on in-depth psychodynamics and object relations theory, with an emphasis on the use of countertransference to inform treatment. Group process and parallel process will also be addressed, as they pertain to the case presentations. 

For Masters level clinicians ONLY.  more information email

Art Therapy and Drama Therapy Supervision for LCAT, ATR or RDT credentials.

As nationally board-certified art therapists we are qualified to provide individual or group supervision to art therapists working towards their ATR (Registered Art Therapist) credential or ADTR (Registered Dance Therapist).

As licensed creative arts therapists (LCAT) in New York State with over three years full-time post-license experience in the field, we are qualified to supervise LCAT-limited permit holders earning hours towards full licensure. As required by the state, compensation must be paid directly by your employer and a memorandum of understanding between all parties is required. We are happy to assist with this process.

"Art in Therapy" supervision for MSWs and other mental health practitioners.

See supervision group info above. Contact us for information about individual supervision at

As part of our mission we are committed to providing continuing education on current practices in the field of art therapy and its applications in the wider scope of mental health. In keeping with that we offer individual and group supervision for "non-art therapists" who seek to ethically and effectively use the visual arts and other non-verbal interventions in their practice. In clinical supervision we strive to integrate the arts, the theoretical stance of the individual clinician, and current best-practice interventions for maximum treatment efficacy. LCSW eligible.


"Nadia was my supervisor for 2 years. She provided me with support and wisdom in working with challenging youth in foster care. I found Nadia to be a wonderful source in considering appropriate verbal and non verbal interventions. She was a warm presence and made supervision feel supportive and fun to go to. Highly recommended!"

Dana L. (LCAT)