Cara brings her strengths-based style to supervision, and uses the Integrated Developmental Model (IDM; McNeill & Stoltenberg, 1988) and Discrimination Model (Bernard & Goodyear, 2019) to guide her practice. After working informally with supervisees, she completed the 30-hour course “Evidence-Based Approaches to Clinical Supervision,” in 2018 to provide supervision for LLPCs seeking LPC licensure in Michigan.

You can access her professional disclosure statement here.

Call or email for a free consultation appointment if you’re interested in becoming a supervisee.

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Unfortunately, Crocus Counseling is unable to take new clients at this time, but we do have a waitlist available. If you’d …

COVID-19 Response

Crocus Counseling recently moved to telehealth-only services to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and comply with shelter-in-place …

Accepting new clients

Crocus Counseling is pleased to announce that Cara Talaska, MA, LPC. NCC, can now accept new clients. Her client hours are …