Supervision, consultation and trainings for therapists
LICSW Supervision and consultation
Julia has been a licensing supervisor for the Minnesota Board of Social Work since 2015.
Contact Julia to have a discussion about your supervision or consultation needs.
Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) trainings
In February 2018, Julia trained in basic ART, and immediately found the technique to be transformational. The approach connects the dots between many other approaches, and, in Julia’s experience, it creates the most immediate relief from suffering for clients.
Julia moved quickly through the rest of ART training levels and became a certified ART trainer.
Every therapist’s aim is to help clients make lasting changes. Julia is dedicated to helping other clinicians realize that goal with Accelerated Resolution Therapy.
Feel free to contact Julia if you’re interested in being notified about her future trainings.
Julia provides a monthly consult group for ART trained clinicians.
Have you trained in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) and would like a place to meet other ART clinicians, discuss cases and the use of ART in your practice? ACAT is for you!
What is ACAT?
It’s the “Accelerated Resolution Therapy Coalition Against Trauma.”
It’s a monthly meeting of ART certified clinicians that exists to support and connect those who use the technique developed by Laney Rosenzweig.
Come for case consultation, get your questions answered and enhance your use of ART.
Julia Clowney LICSW, ART trainer, will be offering a St. Paul ACAT on the fourth Fridays of the month. This is in addition to Mary Anders’ ACAT group in Minnetonka on the second Friday of the month.
Starting June 28 – then every fourth Friday of the month – from 12pm to 2pm at the offices of Julia Clowney LICSW, LLC.
Julia absolutely loves being a psychotherapist. She finds the connection between client and therapist as deep and rewarding as any in human experience. Add to that, the excitement of breakthrough techniques that genuinely create change – and Julia’s prepared to argue that we’re living in the golden age of therapy.
Julia’s psychotherapy and consultation practices blends a variety of approaches with her clients and supervisees. Alongside the core disciplines of cognitive behavioral therapy, Julia applies Hakomi mindfulness, body-based techniques, clinical intuition and Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART). The blend allows for exploration of what is surfacing in the moment, and to dive deeply into whatever issues are most important. In a safe and productive haven, grief, loss and confusion can be approached, and patterns broken. Some of these breakthroughs are small and helpful; others are life changing.
Julia has used clinical intuition her entire career, and has recently deepened her research into it using methods developed by Terry Marks-Tarlow. Clinical intuition is just another way of talking about neurological connections, and of paying special attention to the perceptions and insights that emerge from the unconscious during conversation. Leaning on current neuroscience, we can remap the mind to different patterns and habits of thought. Helpful descriptions of this approach can be found in Marks-Tarlow’s works Clinical Intuition in Psychotherapy: the Neurobiology of Embodied Response (Norton, 2012) and Psyche’s Veil: Psychotherapy, Fractals and Complexity (Routledge, 2013).
Julia was first licensed in clinical social work in 1997, and practiced in Pennsylvania and California before moving to her current home state, Minnesota. Julia established her full-time, private practice in St Paul in 2007. Her goal is to create greater well-being in her clients’ lives, and to help spread the powerful, easily integrated tools she’s found over her decades of experience.