I work in a spacious studio with privacy
and ample parking at:
87 Wellpark Avenue, Westmere, Auckland
Who do I supervise?
Those people engaged in individual, couple, child and adolescent family work and super-vision.
What is the focus for the super-vision process?
An integral part of this process is discussing and practicing the skills to become a more reflective practitioner or super-visor.
The super-vision relationship that I facilitate is informed by the following:
How will I become a reflective practitioner?
Through the super-vision process we will build on the competencies you’ve developed while identifying those ‘blind spots’ that are limiting your effectiveness and professional development. Once these blind spots are noticed we will develop practical skills to counteract this.
An overarching goal of super-vision is to develop a self reflective capacity. Consequently I have expectations that the people I work with in supervision relationships, will be interested in reviewing reading material and providing transcripts and clinical documents .
Application for supervision
In order to maintain a balance between my clinical work, super-vision and teaching, I have a limited number of supervision places available each year. Preference is given to those practitioners who are interested in and familiar with the practices, ideas and theory Iʼve developed. For this reason I ask you to fill out the general information form when you apply.
Where is supervision available?
Supervision sessions are held in my Auckland studio.
For those outside Auckland a Skype supervision process is available.