Clinical Supervision & Case Consultation


"Multi-generation Family Lying In Circle" by photostock



Most mental health professionals and their clients recognize the necessity of treating mental and emotional problems within the context of the family system. Family involvement—including family psychoeducation, multifamily group therapy, and family therapy—have been consistently linked to better individual and family functioning. Research on couples therapy for depression indicates that couples therapy is the treatment of choice for couples in which there is both depression and couple distress. Family therapy outcomes for severe mental illness include improved well being, fewer medical illnesses, decreased medical care utilization, and increased self-efficacy.

~ American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy



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Individual Supervision
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Nannette is an American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Clinical Fellow with over 15 years experience working with couples and families. She is working toward AAMFT Approved Supervisor designation and provides MFT supervision under the mentoring direction of Gail Chandler, LMFT, AAMFT Approved Supervisor. Her clinical consultation and case supervision brings together her interests and training in family systems models, attachment, trauma, and neuroscience.  
Individual supervison and case consultation available by appointment. Supervision is available in person, by telephone or Vsee online.


For more information about supervision opportunities call 207.985.5580 or email




Marriage & Family Therapy Focused Supervision/Consultation Groups


NEW GROUPs Forming ~

Begin in September 2015



FULL - Call to inquire about future group offerings or openings as they become available.

Still room to accept individual clinicians for individual or paired supervision; see below.



From "The Reflecting Team: Dialogue and Meta-Dialogue in Clinical Work" TOM ANDERSEN, M.D., 1986
From "The Reflecting Team: Dialogue and Meta-Dialogue in Clinical Work" TOM ANDERSEN, M.D., 1986

These groups are for clinicians that currently work with couples or families, work with individuals from a relationship perspective, and/or those who have an interest in family systems work. Sessions include case supervision using a modified Reflecting Team approach. The Reflecting Team in supervision is modeled from the Contextual Family Therapy Reflecting Team work of Tom Andersen and Lynn Hoffman. This modified format offers participants opportunities to learn fundamentals of family therapy principles, reflect on what they know, learn from each others’ cases, and develop alliance in group process. These sessions also include relevant information on attachment, trauma, neuroscience and topics in Family Therapy from the works of Bowen, Minuchin, Satir, The Gottmans and others, depending on the needs and interests of the group.

MFT Group Agreement
Learn more about the groups by reading the MFT Group Agreement. Still have questions? Contact Nannette @ or 207.985.5580
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Nannette Nero Zuke, LMFT, LLC, Counseling & Psychotherapy, Kennebunk, Maine

 Southern Maine Area Counselor

Nannette Nero Zuke, 


Counseling & Psychotherapy

Private Practice Training, Consulting & Supervision





Post Road Center

62 Portland Road

Suite 6, 2nd floor 

Kennebunk, Maine 04043




PO Box 48

Biddeford, Maine 04005



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