Supervision and Practicum at CHM Therapy

At CHM Therapy, we believe that great therapists also need to feel connected and supported in the work that they do. whether you are a therapist in our practice or somewhere else, we believe in supporting and building each other up in whatever ways we can. For this reason, the CHM team has regular team meetings, consultations and supervision sessions. We also offer supervision or peer case consultation, with Candice Hamilton-Miller, for external therapists both Registered Psychotherapists and Registered Psychotherapists (Qualifying). We offer case consultation for other mental health professionals too. CHM also has monthly supervision groups that are focused on Practice issues and the role of psychotherapist, that are open to external therapists for a small fee.

Please reach out to us today if you are a mental health professional looking supervision support.

Candice Hamilton-Miller, RP, MSc, BSc, BA, ECE (dip).

Candice has expensive experience in Therapy and supervision, she regularly supervises Internships, and Qualifying level therapists, and teaches through workshops and training.

Candice uses an intentionally eclectic approach to therapy, and encourages her supervises to build strong conceptualization skills, intention therapy modality selection and in all areas, engage with clients with true curiousity and connection.

Candice is trained in Play therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural therapy, Solution focused Therapy, Sex Therapy, Attachment therapies, Behavioural therapies, and somatic therapies, to name a few. She has worked with clients of all ages and in various settings as a health professional.

As a supervisor, Candice works hard to ensure supervises are away of their own strengths and weaknesses, feel confident in the work that they are doing, and continue to grow in skills and passion for the work that they do.

Candice also works with Practice owners around business and administration challenges.

Individual and Group Supervision

Email to sign up for Supervision groups or individual supervision.

Ongoing Group Supervision and CE credits Schedule:

Group, Individual or Didactic Supervision is available with Candice Hamilton-Miller, RP. 

Group supervision currently meets once per month on Friday mornings at 10:30 for 90 minutes. Topics vary each month and interested individuals can attend as often as interested. Each month has a limited number of spots (10) and they are booked on a first requested, first served basis. Attendees are expected to be engaged in the discussions and if attending virtually, cameras must be on at all times. 

Group supervision focus on topics related to practicing psychotherapy/counselling and previous topics have included discussions around ethical issues, practice skills and controversial topics such as:  

  • Notes, notes, notes, and documentation

  • The importance of curiosity in therapy

  • Practice tours and networking

  • Self care and burnout prevention

  • Effective use of self

  • Intakes and continuous assessment of clients

  • Psychotherapy and the body connection

  • Exploring expressive therapies

  • Working with clients from diverse populations such as LGBTQ2IA+, racial or religious minorities, and specific health issues

  • Closing off clients

Ideal for psychotherapy, psychology or social work Interns, RPQs or those new to practice, and also for RPs looking for Continuing Education Credits.


10am-11:30 EST (1.5 hours training)


$45 for RPs, RP(Q)s

$35 for interns or contact Candice to discuss Supervisor reciprocity arrangements.

Limit of 10 people in person per session with option of online attendance for individuals beyond that.

Last Friday of the month


CHM Therapy Services, 142 Martin Street, Milton, Ontario or virtual

Practicum and Internship Program

CHM Therapy accepts 1-2 internship/practicum placements each semester. typically, we have had interns from Yorkville University and Wilfred Laurier Programs, but we are open to other programs provided the requirements fit with our model and are within our ability to ensure students complete what they need to in the required time frame.

Interns in our program are expected to:

  • to fully engage with the practice with both clients ad staff

  • list on themselves on Psychology Today

  • Actively seek further learning opportunities

  • Engage with all staff

  • Be open to challenging their skills and learn new ideasw

  • Be willing to jump in and trust the process

  • Complete notes and Admin work on time as requested

In return, Our Interns get:

  • Experience working with a variety of clients including both kids and adults (virtually and in person)

  • Office time and access to materials,

  • Training on working with kids,

  • Training on doing intake calls and first sessions,

  • Weekly individual or didactic supervision

  • Monthly supervision groups,

  • Other trainings for free if offered through our practice,

  • Possible group therapy experience,

  • Opportunity to engage is all aspects of running the practice such as advertising or social media stuff or even attending promotion events ect,

  • Access to office library and videos of previous training and supervision group meetings on specific practice related topics.


Our program is very competitive and we interview and select students based on best fit with the practice. in order to apply, Interns must send resume and cover letter of intent to, well in advance of placement date. Students are also expected to have completed a jurisprudence module wit hCRPO or governing body, and register with their governing body as soon as they are able to do so.

What is expected and included in the Practicum and Internship Program