Khara Croswaite Brindle, MA, LPC, ACS

495 Uinta Way, Denver, CO 80230, USA

Counseling Background: I am the owner of Catalyst Counseling, PLLC and a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice in the neighborhood of Lowry in Denver, Colorado. I received my Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Denver and have years of experience working with at-risk youth and families, including collaboration with detention, probation, and Department of Human Services.
My theoretical approach includes a strong emphasis in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and well as solution-focused, client-centered, and systems approaches. A supportive client-therapist relationship is essential, along with psychodynamic and family systems elements in treatment to enhance a client’s understanding of themselves in various areas of their lives, spanning from childhood to the present.

Supervision Background: I have actively participated in a role as a clinical supervisor since 2013 where I supervised a team of 13-18 MA-level therapists and several interns at a non-profit community mental health agency in Denver, CO! In being passionate of continuing this role, I completed an additional 45 hours of Approved Clinical Supervisor training from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro (UNCG) in order to enhance my supervision experience. My supervision experience to date includes several years of both clinical and administrative supervision within a community agency. I currently work with MA-level clinicians both seasoned and recently graduated in the hopes of helping them develop their skills with at-risk populations. This is balanced with meeting client needs from ethical, therapeutic, and empowerment scopes of practice. I continue to seek out opportunities to enhance the supervision experience I offer, including yearly trainings that can further develop the supervisor-supervisee relationship.

Supervision Approach: Supervision is a fluid process that allows for personal and professional growth. There will be roles of teacher, consultant and counselor at times in supervision in order for the supervisee to develop greater awareness of the dynamics in their client interaction and experience. Although these roles can be part of supervision, it is important to distinguish the supervisor-supervisee relationship as separate from counseling. Any issues that are
unrelated to the supervisee’s client interaction and experience will be referred to another professional for therapeutic contact and support.

Ethical Standards: This supervisor adheres to the ACA Code of Ethics and standards of practice for the state of Colorado. Supervisees are expected to adhere to the same ethical practice and legal standards. In addition, this supervisor continues to follow the State of Colorado’s Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) ethical standards as well as CCE’s Approved Clinical Supervisor’s (ACS) Code of Ethics.







Are you a Board Approved Supervisor? Yes
License Type LPC
Licensing Board Name Colorado State Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) and CCE
Payment Information

Non-student supervisees’ fees will be determined based on type of supervision requested (individual, group) and purpose of supervision.

Address 495 Uinta Way, Suite 120
City Denver
State CO
Zip Code 80230
Phone Number 720-245-7390
Do you provide internship opportunities? No
distance: Unknown
Address 495 Uinta Way, Denver, CO 80230, USA
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