Neurodiversity & Queer affirming.
INDIVIDUAL PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION
SUPERVISION ON SUPERVISION (SOS)
(Tania Rose is a member of the Australian Counselling Association College of Supervisors, PACFA and ANZACATA)
For individual practitioners in private practice or those who work as part of team, professional supervision sessions via Zoom supporting ethical and reflective practice which is accessible and convenient.
Specialising in supervising professional mental health practitioners who are neurodivergent (autism, ADHD, Tourettes, etc), or who live with differability.
PROFESSIONAL FOCUSED SUPPORT DURING EXTRAORDINARY TIMES
Supervision provides practitioners with the depth of support that can turn coping into performing. Supervision provides opportunities for reflective practice and to develop and manage a sense of capacity and restoration as we support others. Supervision maintains a focus on ethical practice, implementing professional self-care, and instils hope through ongoing support for professionals who are working on the front-lines of a challenging time.
With over 30 years experience in working with neurodivergent clients and those with differ-abilities and a private practice in arts psychotherapy, counselling and education, I am a trained professional supervisor and bring a specialist perspective to the professional and the personal challenges faced in our professional sector at this time.
I provide online one-to-one professional supervision for individuals in private practice and organisations, and run micro-group online supervision (3-6 practitioners per group monthly).
Let's have a chat to see if we might be a good fit.
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WHAT TO CONSIDER IN SUPERVISION
An overview for new supervisees and those seeking supervision
Supervision is a vital component of professional growth and ethical practice in the field. It provides opportunities for learning, self-reflection, and accountability, ultimately leading to improved client care.
HOW MANY CLIENTS SHOULD I SEE IN A DAY?
A Question of Capacity
Exploring the perception of capacity, consideration and decompression.
SUPPORT FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
Therapeutic support for those supporting others
Being a mental health professional has unique challenges. It's considered good practice for professionals to have their own therapeutic support to strengthen their support of others.
It can be daunting and time-consuming to find a counsellor or therapist who can provide the kind of support you might expect from a professional in your own field. This can make it all the more important that you feel a sense of therapeutic rapport and connection.
Feel free to get in touch and have a chat about what you feel might be good fit for your own therapeutic journey. Enhance your capacity for restoration and sustainability.