Clinical supervision

Clinical Supervision of Therapists and Social Workers

I believe clinical supervision is designed to help you explore the kind of therapist you want to be and help you expand your repertoire of skills and knowledge. I want to give therapists the confidence to grow and meet their learning edge.

​I use a reflective model to work through your experiences of direct practice. I believe strongly in helping my supervisees growth from each supervision relationship. As your supervisor it is my work to;

  • ​Assist you to keep focus on your client/s,
  • Explore the most appropriate strategies and interventions to work with the client,
  • Focus on your relationship with the client (help manage boundaries, be mindful of processes such as transference, triangulation and other relationship reactions).
  • Help you reflect on your own management and reactions to the work
  • Attend to the supervision relationship
  • Focus on context of your work (mental health field, work with children, family law, mandatory reporting, accountability and duty of care etc)

​Supervision Start-up Process;

  1. ​Discuss each others style and practice – Are we the right fit for one another?
  2. Contract for the exact type of work I will be supervising – How can I best meet your needs?
  3. Create supervision goals which to be managed and met – How can we adjust and improve things?



Clinical Supervision of Therapists and Social Workers

  • ​Transparency
  • Growth
  • Respect
  • Support
  • Reflection

​Strengths and Expertise

  • Working with Children Individually using developmentally appropriate tools
  • Family Therapy and Systemic Interventions
  • Trauma Processing using EFT
  • ​Post-Separation and Australian Family Law Context
  • Training and Course Creation