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2022 Therapy Supervision Group

Facilitated by Dr. Patricia Frisch

Dr. Patricia Frisch is facilitating an open supervision/consultation group for professionals/students who practice various treatment approaches. The objective of the group will be to help clinicians with their patients, discuss on-going cases, share challenges and successes, and provide a supportive forum for clinicians. Dr. Frisch will lead the group and offer general mentoring, discussion of differential diagnosis, and suggestions on unlocking therapeutic stasis. This ongoing forum will provide a solid professional network where attendees can also learn from peers. Practice building will be included.

Supervision will be held via Zoom until further notice. Session recordings are strictly confidential and are only shared with attendees.

2022 Schedule and Policies

Dates/Times: The supervision group will meet for 2 hours, from 11:45am-1:45pm PT, on Fridays 6 times over the course of the year.

Session Dates:

3/18/2022 #1
4/15/2022 #2
5/27/2022 #3
9/16/2022 #4
10/14/2022 #5
11/18/2022 #6

Zoom Links will be emailed 1 week prior to each session.


  • The rate is $110 per session: Payment Link
  • First time attendees: Clinicians who have never attended a class/event by Dr. Frisch may pay a drop-in rate of $50 per session for their first two consecutive sessions. Please email for more information and payment information.

For new students, please contact for payment link.

Registration: The group will be limited to 11 participants. You can register by emailing Drop-in members must email us in advance of each session in order to reserve their space and to confirm that there is room for them to attend. Please include your name, the date(s) for which you are registering, your therapeutic approach (the first time you register), and a contact phone number. We will quickly reply with confirmation of your reservation.

Please read additional FIMO policies outlined in our Agreement.

Dr. Patricia Frisch has created a unique, proprietary clinical method which expands Reich’s character typology and seamlessly weaves in portions of Masterson’s theory and practice resulting in a comprehensive system for treating patients and training therapists. Her method, along with the material on this website, materials from her trainings, and Dr. Frisch’s audio MP3’s, which are copyrighted through the Library of Congress, are her sole property. Dr. Frisch’s method can only be taught with her permission. Please contact her directly at for permission to use her method or materials.
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