Supervision & Consultation

Darian Slayton Fleming,  LCSW, CRC

Darian Fleming offers supervision to associates working toward license in Oregon at her office in SE Portland; 10424 SE Cherry Blossom Dr., Ste. B. 1, Portland 97216 Contact: 503-522-3272

Diane Steinbrecher, LCSW

Ms. Steinbrecher provides supervision/consultation toward licensing and for those post licensing. Her practice is at 2700 SE 26th Avenue in Portland, OR. In addition to the usual education around ethical practice and how to provide good therapy services, she teaches how to set up a private practice, market yourself and how to be a good and successful business person with clear conditions for therapy.  Contact:  503-235-2005,

Jessica Thomas, PhD, LMFT

Dr. Jessica Thomas is an AAMFT trained and certified clinical supervisor. She offers post-graduate clinical supervision, mentorship and professional consultation. Jessica offers individual and group supervision and supervision-of-supervision for clinicians wanting to become supervisors at her office in Lake Oswego, OR. Clinical supervision is a space to receive new knowledge, expertise, support and growth. As a clinical supervisor, Jessica focuses on the integration of systems theory, reflective practices and transpersonal philosophy. As a supervisee you will discover how these three components work synergistically to create the transformative therapeutic process.  Furthermore, by promoting self-care, decreasing burnout, and inspiring personal growth, supervision will shape you as a clinician. In addition, Jessica will offer expertise and support in growing your practice and professional identity. Contact: 503-683-1644

Stephan Tobin, PhD

Dr. Tobin has provided supervision and training for many years, both in LA and in the Portland, OR area.  His contact number is 503-699-5534. 

Dr. Tobin has two offices, one in West Linn and one in Northeast (Hollywood area).  He believes in helping budding therapists identify their own strengths and weaknesses.  He has broad and deep experience in the elements of existential-humanistic and psychodynamic therapies, including Psychoanalytic Self Psychology and Stolorow’s Intersubjectivity; Relational Gestalt Therapy, and EMDR. He helps supervisees to see how they and their client are co-creating what goes on in their dialogue rather than just looking at what the client brings to the therapy sessions. Site: