Dr. D’Onofrio offers psychotherapy supervision that is psychodynamically and existentially informed. His approach emphasizes the development of the capacities to establish and keep secure the therapeutic frame, to attune to interpersonal process in the moment, and to listen and respond generatively to the patient’s unconscious communication and inner experience.
Licensed and license-eligible clinicians seeking supervision are encouraged to contact Dr. D’Onofrio to discuss his approach to supervision to determine the goodness-of-fit between his style and your supervisory needs.
Seminars and Workshops
Dr. D’Onofrio’s ability to translate complex scientific ideas and psychological processes into meaningful and eminently practical concepts has led him to be invited to speak to diverse groups that include mental health professionals, educators, and parent organizations. He offers professional development training to schools and mental health agencies and will work with your staff to develop a training experience that will excite and inspire your group.
Attachment, Regulation, and Mentalization (ARM): Making Contact with and Containing the Traumatized Adolescent.
Containing Rage, Terror, Shame, & Despair: The Traumatized Adolescent and the Therapeutic Hold
Working at the Edges of the Window of Affective Tolerance in Psychotherapy and Supervision
Containing Dysregulated Self-States in Psychotherapy Trainees
Primary Maternal Preoccupation” in Psychotherapy
Implicit Communication and Integration of Split Self-States in Psychotherapy
Interactive Repair of Trauma in Psychotherapy
Enactments, Shared Minds, and the Repair of Self
Developing a Trauma-Informed Psychotherapy
Projective Identification, Containment, and the Therapeutic Frame
Loving Our Children Well: A Conversation About Parenting, Emotional Development, and the Cultivation of Wellbeing.
The Emotion-Processing Brain and the Neuroscience of Psychotherapy
Empathy, Compassion, and the Neuroscience of Human Relationships
The Patient as Supervisor to the Therapist
Understanding the Bully: Breaking the Cycle of Violence
Dante and the Hero’s Journey: A Model for Transformative Leadership
Boundaries, Frames, and Death Anxiety in Clinical Practice
Building Healthy Relationships with Students: Managing Professional Boundaries in Schools
Listening for and Validating Unconscious Communication in Psychotherapy
The Archetypal Ground Rules of Psychotherapy and Supervision
Empathy, Attunement, and Emotional Development: Listening to the Inner Life of Children
Trauma, Human Development, and the Repair of the Self
Psychotherapy and the Brain-Mind-Body Connection
Generative Listening in Psychotherapy and Supervision
Trauma of Childhood, Ruptured Attachment, and Adult Psychopathology
The Treatment of Complex Trauma: Psychotherapy and the Brain-Mind-Body Link
Complex Trauma and Child Development: Creating a Trauma-Informed Counseling Approach
Cutting the Skin to Find Oneself: Understanding, Assessing, & Treating Self-Injury
Ambivalence and Guilt in the Psychology of St. Paul.
Interpersonal Process in the Bi-Personal Field of Psychotherapy and Clinical Supervision
Cultivating the Therapeutic Personality in Psychotherapy Supervision
Why I practice and teach a psychotherapy of depth.
Lionel Corbett, MD, beautifully describes the nature of depth psychotherapy and offers a very sound rationale for choosing a therapist who works from this perspective. My talk below, in a sense, extends Dr. Corbett's position and focuses on how we listen to our inner spaces in a psychotherapy of depth. Enjoy!