I provide skilled and empathic supervision to provide a space for reflection and learning in your work with clients. As Sarnat (2010) notes, the ability to self-reflect includes “a highly developed capacity to bear, observe, think about, and make psychotherapeutic use of one’s own emotional, bodily, and fantasy experiences when in interaction with a client” (p.23.).
I will assist you to reflect upon transference and countertransference which emerges in the therapeutic relationship with your clients. I utilise the seven-eyed model of supervision which integrates the relational and systemic aspects of supervision.
This allows for reflection on relationships with clients, colleagues, and organisations, and what emerges in the supervision space and supervisory relationship.
Certificate in Clinical Supervision
Southern District Health Board
Diploma of Social Work and Diploma of Higher Education
Trowbridge College, United Kingdom
University of Otago
Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers, DAPAANZ, Social Work Registration Board