What’s Hard Alone is Easier Together!

This group offers support and specific help for supervision challenges

Receive Support for Supervision Challenges Including:

• Blocks—yours & theirs
• Working with shame 

• Dealing with role play and video presentation avoidance and fear 

• Reviewing clips for certification 

• Utilizing HEARTS and ACES models 

• Attunement and presence in supervision
• Engaging in the business of supervision 

• Navigating the challenges and joys of community leadership Group customized to meet YOUR needs.

Times and Dates

These are 90 minute monthly trainings.


8:30 - 10:00 am 



  • August 26th
  • September  30th
  • October 28th
  • December 2nd (adjusting for Thanksgiving)
  • December 30th


  • January 27th
  • February 24th
  • March 31
  • April 28th

Pricing Options

Please choose the option that you prefer



Paul Guillory

Dr. Guillory is an Associate Professor at the University of California, Berkeley in the Clinical Science Program, Psychology Department. He has taught courses on Emotionally Focused Therapies at U.C. Berkeley. He is certified trainer, supervisor, and therapist of Emotionally Focused Therapy. He is the author of “Emotionally Focused Therapy with African American Couples: Love Heals,” Routledge, August 2021. He has created several clinical online training video tapes that amplify integrating attachment & culture (www.paultguilloryphd.com). Dr. Guillory has presented at several recent workshops including “Emotionally Focused Therapy in a time of Racial Reckoning” Couple & Family Institute of New England, Spring Symposium, “Race and Couples Therapy Conference,” Eikenberg Academy for Social Justice, July 2021, and “Deep Roots: Attachment & Culture, LA Center of EFT, November 2021, Attachment & Culture: Deep Roots, NCCEFT Annual 2-day Workshop, April 8 & 9, 2022. He is the former chairperson of the Northern California Community of Emotionally Focused Therapy. Dr. Guillory was the psychological consultant to the Oakland Raiders professional football team and the National Football League for 14 years. He has also been a consultant to the Sacramento Kings professional basketball team, and is a selected provider for the National Basketball Players Association. He served as Director of the Center for Family Counseling in Oakland California for ten years. He is a life-time member of the Association of Black Psychologist. And he is a life-time member of the USA Masters Track & Field Association. He has been in private practice in Oakland California for over 30 years.