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2502 West Colorado Ave

Suite #200

Colorado Springs, CO 80904


Years in Practice: 10+
School: Columbia University School of Social Work - MSSW
Year Graduated: 2008
School: Smith College - PhD in Social Work - In Progress

License State: Colorado


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Individual Supervision: $75 per hour
Group Supervisions: $50 per attendee per hour

Stephanie GangemiVerified

Clinical Social Work-Therapist, LCSW Clinical Social Work Supervisor, LPC-Supervisor, LSCSW Clinical Supervisor, Mentor, Professional Mentor

I love to supervise social workers, counselors and other helping professionals on their roads toward licensure or just for ongoing training and reflective practice.
I bring over a decade of experience as a social worker and social work educator and have worked with students and supervises, from a rage of backgrounds, toward their professional goals.
My approach is heavily relational in that we co-create the supervision experience that you need and our work together should be a time you look forward to each week.
My clinical experience includes nearly ten years in criminal justice social work, most recently serving as the Director of Mental Health at the El Paso County jail, as well as time in private practice and several years at the Coordinator of Field Education for an MSW Program.
Clinically, my focus has been with clients with a range of mood and trauma related disorders, severe personality disorders and psychotic disorders. I have a special love for helping clinicians navigate challenging clients, environments and co-workers.
While I draw on many theoretical approaches in my clinical and supervisory work, I rely heavily on psychodynamic principles...looking at relationships, connections, transference/countertransference, process over content and using the relationship between the therapist and client, to facilitate growth and change.
Self-Care is always a cornerstone of my supervisory work and supporting clinicians in finding ways to care for themselves and valuing those efforts is always a key. I draw on the literature on vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue and professional development to help my supervises have the tools they need to stay living and practicing as their best selves.

Treatment Approach

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy



Family Systems Therapy

Forensic Psychology



Narrative Therapy

Play Therapy



Relational Therapy

Solution Focused Brief Therapy

Treatment Modality





Sex Gender

Bisexual Issues

Gay Issues

Lesbian Issues

Transsexual Issues

Mental Health

Bipolar Disorder

Dissociative Disorders

Impulse Control Disorders

Mood Disorders

Personality Disorders

Psychotic Disorders


Anger Management

Antisocial Personality

Anxiety or Fears

Behavioral issues

Borderline Personality

Career Counseling

Child or Adolescent


Coping skills


Dual Diagnosis

Emotional Disturbance

Family Conflict

LCSW Supervision

Loss or Grief

LPC Supervision

Narcissistic Personality

Oppositional Defiance

Peer Relationships

Relationship issues

Self Esteem

Self Harming

Suicidal Ideation

Teen Violence

Trauma and PTSD