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My work and vocation is in working with the stuff between us – how we are with each other. I specialise in working with complexity authentically and collaboratively. This means helping people to build their individual capacity, and perhaps also their organisation’s capacity, to shift relationships into new patterns, communication practices and ways of being.
In supervision, I'll support you to reflect on and grow through your work. We’ll collaborate to build a supervision relationship that supports you - that takes the shape you need it to take - and that brings accountability and ongoing connection alongside your professional growth and development.
I see supervision as a relationship - and I look forward to learning from you and your work as much as I look forward to sharing what I can to support you. I'm open to supervising anyone who feels that my experience and qualities are a good fit for them. If you're not sure, if you'd like to just have a conversation about whether we might be able to work together - get in touch.
I work across many areas – as a facilitator, mediator/conflict worker, process designer, professional supervisor, partnership specialist – and broadly as a consultant to local and central government, community groups, NGOs, and the private sector.
My experience includes impact-focused consulting and major social change projects, including working with volunteers; mediation, conciliation and facilitation (in community, family, corporate, private-government partnerships, and regulatory contexts); and developing and running training and workshops; and, of course, providing professional supervision.
Outside of work, I’m a father, neighbour, gardener, musician, and a volunteer in the arts and community sectors. I use he/him pronouns, I'm queer, and I'm a proud Wellingtonian.
Certificate of Professional Supervision in the Workplace Supervision in the Workplace
Certificate in Te Pūtaketanga o Te Reo Māori (Level 4)
Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
Master of International Studies (Peace and Conflict Resolution)
The University of Queensland
Resolution Institute, Restorative Practices Aotearoa, Australian Clinical Supervision Association