Professional Consultation and Supervision
Services for Mental Health Clinicians
Dr. Monnica Williams supervises and trains therapists at the University of Connecticut and at the Behavioral Wellness Clinic. She teaches cognitive-behavioral therapies (CBT) and psychopathology to doctoral students and other clinicians. Thus she is very knowledgeable about the assessment and treatment of numerous mental health conditions. To that end she is always glad to provide consultation and training to psychologists and other mental health care providers on the treatment of OCD and related conditions.
This can be particularly helpful when a therapist is mastering a new treatment, such as exposure and response prevention (Ex/RP). Reading a treatment manual and attending a workshop can be an excellent introduction, however applying the techniques with actual clients often requires a more in-depth understanding of the condition and the nuances of treatment.
Consultation may be provided in person, by phone, videoconference or via group supervision.
If you’d like to discuss the possibility of receiving consultation on a case, please contact our clinic by phone or by email to discuss scheduling and fees.
We provide clinical experiences to a wide range of mental health students from regional and national institutions of higher learning. We are committed to a strong emphasis on empirically-supported interventions, psychopathology assessment, culturally-informed care, and diversity and social justice as integral to mission to provide key foundational knowledge and training in students. Contact us for more information.
Dr. Monnica Williams
Degree: Doctorate of Psychology (Ph.D.) — Clinical Area
Special Certifications: Board Certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (ABPP)
Licensed in the states of: Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Virginia, Texas (temp), Interjurisdictional Practice Certificate (GA, ID, KY, MI, NH, OH, SC)
Specialty Areas: OCD, Social Anxiety Disorder, PTSD, Racial Trauma, Hoarding Disorder