Intern Supervision

Interns receive two hours of formal individual supervision per week with their primary supervisors.  While in clinic, supervision and oversight are always available from staff psychologists.  Interns will also receive secondary supervision from master level BHCs and medical providers.

Top Notch Supervisors

We are very proud of the supervision that we’re able to provide. We have a variety of psychologists with different backgrounds and interests that make our team diverse. Our supervision is flexible and oriented around the learning interests of our interns, while at the same time ensuring that basic professional competencies are achieved. Further, interns are regularly shadowed throughout the year by the CHCW supervisor team. Interns are also exposed to the concept of “precepting” that requires trainees to precept patient visits in the moment and receive tangible and meaningful feedback while completing visits.

Our supervisors also are involved in several national, regional, and state leadership positions and organizations, as well as regularly publish on topics related to PCBH, contextualism, single session, leadership, and much more. Please check out the individual supervisor bios below!

  • Numerous opportunities to shadow and be shadowed
  • Group Supervision
  • Opportunity to work with people of diverse backgrounds and skills
  • Precepting
  • Robust Didactic Training
  • Quality Improvement Project

Our Supervision

Listen to ourPCBH Education Director, David Bauman, PsyD., as well as our interns, talk about how unique and amazing our supervision truly is!

Meet Our Supervisors

David Bauman, PsyD

Behavioral Health Education Director

David Bauman received his Doctorate of Psychology (PsyD), with a concentration in Primary Care Psychology. He has a special interest in integrated medicine and working with medical providers to improve patients’ overall functioning, as well as providing behavioral interventions for medical concerns associated with behavioral health, such as hypertension, diabetes, smoking cessation, chronic pain, etc.

Bridget Beachy, PsyD

Director of Primary Care Behavioral Health

Bridget Beachy received her Doctorate of Psychology (PsyD), with a concentration in Clinical Psychology. Her special interests include Management of chronic health conditions; Promoting behavior change for more healthy living; Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in primary care and other medical settings, addressing medical provider burn out and promoting health for medical providers.

Ruth Olmer, PsyD, LMFT

Behavioral Health Supervisor

Ruth Olmer received her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology (PsyD) with a Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy, and a certificate of Neuropsychology. She has a special interest in Neuropsychological assessment with diverse populations, couple and parenting interventions within the PCBH model, as well as wellness initiatives in combating employee burnout and turn-over.

SteVen Olmer, PsyD

Behavioral Health Supervisor

Steven Olmer received his Doctorate of Psychology (PsyD). His special interests include Working with Couples and Families in Integrated Care, Suicide Prevention, Brief Youth Interventions, as well as LGBTQ populations.

Emily Faust, PhD

Behavioral Health Supervisor

Emily Faust received her PhD in Clinical Psychology. Her special interests include Anxiety Disorders; Trauma, PTSD, and Women’s Health. She aspires to positive impact (no matter how small) on the life of every person I encounter.

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Behavioral Health Supervisor

I am passionate about the role a Behavioral Health Consultant can play in the likes of patients, on the team, and in the larger community. CHCW provides compassionate and impactful care, while also continuing to pursue growth.


Behavioral Health Supervisor

Emphasis on pediatric, neurodevelopmental, and child clinical assessment, intervention, and multidisciplinary/ interprofessional consultation, but have also worked in general clinical, research, and government settings in various capacities serving parents, families, students, educators, adults with developmental disabilities, physicians/ medical providers.