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SUPERVISION

A telehealth modality focusing on work, ministry and professional growth of a practitioner/worker, particularly for spiritual directors, ministry workers and arts therapists.

I facilitate practitioners to pause and reflect on their professional practice, issues or concerns to discover broader possibilities for transformational growth and life-long learning.

Typically 1-hour one-to-one Zoom session, 90mins for groupwork.

Graduate Certificate in Professional Supervision

(University of Divinity, Melbourne)

Spiritual Direction Supervision 12-weeks course with Lucy Abbott Tucker

(Spiritual Directors International, US)

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​​Member 1910147385  insured worldwide telehealth

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Individual Supervision

One-to-one Supervisor

Supervisor role,  tools and approaches used in conversation can cover any of these:

7-Generic-Tasks in general: establishing a learning relationship; teaching; evaluating; monitoring professional ethical issues; counselling; consulting; administrating (Michael Carroll). This scope applies to all kinds of supervision.

Transforming Experience Framework (TEF) for reflection of role, person, system, context and Source aspects of a given situation. I facilitate you to reflect on and examine influences and resources, to arrive at your optimal decision.

7-Eyed Supervision Model for practitioner's case presentation. This includes reflecting upon the various levels of what is going on in the complex client-supervisee-supervisor dynamics. 

Critical Reflection. Seeing from all angles liberates the truth from unhelpful illusions, assumptions and beliefs. The work includes facilitating the reframing of new understanding and preferred stances, thus leading to new way of action and growing as reflective and reflexive practitioners.

 

Ethical & Cultural considerations. Aims to develop capacity for increasing ethical and diversity complexity, towards ethical maturity and excellence.

Self-Supervision tools. Developed by Lucy Abbott Tucker for the field of spiritual direction, these tools are useful as self-help in between formal supervision sessions.

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Group Supervision

Group Supervisor

Different possible group structure: participative, co-operative, peer groups.

Small-Group Supervision. Facilitate small group size of 3-4 supervisees, who will each be given personal focus time of 15-20 minutes for presentation. Peers can learn from each other's cases and contribute to group learning.

Creative Supervision. An option available is the use of dance, movement, music or imagination for embodied inquiry into issues. Applied in groupwork, this creative process can be run as simultaneous individual self-reflection on their supervision issues.

I want to say thank you for your help regarding my work partnership because it really helped me a lot. I realised I was repeating a pattern. I now have more freedom in our working relationship. I put up clear boundaries with love. I want to tell you I had big shift in terms of professional partnership, relationship and how I did things. So, thank you so much for that (2x)

Wellness Practitioner

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