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Professional Supervision

For Counsellors, Psychotherapists, and Clinical Hypnotherpists

Supervision provides guidance, assistance, and support for the professional practitioner. A therapist utilises a supervisor to assist them build the quality of their professional practice. The Supervisor is there for the therapist and their clients. It is a valuable part of a therapist’s growth, ethically, professionally and personally.
Start by sending an email (or phone 0414 585 903). Briefly present your needs, and preferred location (Gordon or Pyrmont)

Registered ACA supervisor # COS5324

What is Supervision

WHAT SUPERVISION MEANS

It is important to note that Supervision is not personal counselling, nor is it professional development education, but guidance, assistance and support for professional practice. A therapist utilises a supervisor to assist them to build the quality of their professional practice. The Supervisor is there for the therapist and their clients. Supervision is a valuable part of a therapist’s growth, ethically, professionally and personally. I have the great fortune to be supervised by Ernest Rossi, PhD. Everyone benefits from a supportive, wise, and experienced supervisor.

IN A NUTSHELL

A supervisor is there to help, assist, encourage, advise, resolve and reflect over a number of important areas of professional practice, including:

  • Concerns with clients and therapeutic progress

  • Professional and personal burn-out – wellbeing and self-care

  • Business and management skills and practice

  • Ongoing education

  • Ethical practices

Through compassionate and effective supervision, counsellors new and old are able to develop their professional identity and gain an objective, in-depth look at their counselling practices.

TYPES OF SUPERVISION

​One to One, Face to Face:

Sessions held at Gordon or Pyrmont.

One to One, Online:

Sessions held online using www.zoom.us

 

Group Supervision:
Group Supervision is limited to 6 participants and is only conducted at Pyrmont. Dates and times are determined by the group.

 

Peer Supervision:
Members may participate in peer supervision with colleagues, however they can only claim a limited number of hours of peer supervision per year as part of their requirement. Check with your professional association.