PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISIONNZ WIDE & ONLINE
Individuals – Teams – GroupsProfessional supervision for counselling, social work, legal, medical and associated professions wanting to reflect on and develop effective and ethical practice. Appointments online or on-site by negotiation.
I approach supervision as a partnership that is developed collaboratively between practitioner/s and appropriately qualified, experienced colleagues. It may explore the “relationships between people, theory, practice, work context and cultural perspectives” (NZAC, 2002, 9). These relationships include relevant legislation, codes of ethics and workplace policies and procedures. Supervision may include monitoring of work, personal support and mentoring, and effective ethical practice. If we agree to work together we will establish a contractual agreement that outlines our hopes and responsibilities.
My supervision practice draws mostly from relational, narrative approaches. This is guided by the idea that we are all in relationships – with ourselves, with those who consult us in our work, with our work contexts, professions and personal lives. It also involves social, cultural and political attention. I prefer a curious, reflective style of inquiry and an holistic approach. Finding ways to effectively work across different theoretical and cultural perspectives and practice contexts is an ongoing area for discussion.
You can expect
- Professional, ethical practice
- A qualified, experienced supervisor informed by sound theoretical ideas
- To address what is most relevant and important to your practice
- Adventurous conversations
PhD, PG Cert Couns Sup., MCouns., BCouns.
Member registered with NZ Association of Counsellors since 1995.
Accredited Clinical Supervisor since 2019. Drug and Alcohol Practitioners’ Association Aotearora-New Zealand (dapaanz)
Contact me for an introductory, complimentary 30-minute phone or online consultation