I'm a registered mental health nurse and registered counsellor working as a training and wellbeing consultant. I have been offering individual-based and group-based clinical supervision to individuals working in the public and private sectors since 2018. My professional interests divide into supporting the mental health workforce with their wellbeing needs such as how to best support staff post critical incidents and their learning and professional development needs.
I have worked in an adult inpatient unit, community sectors, child unit and community recovery program as well as clinical education roles. I have also worked in private practice and school as a counsellor. I have spent the majority of my clinical time at a psychological trauma recovery service where I have worked with people diagnosed with work-related or non-work-related PTSD.
My current role/work
Offering clinical supervision to individuals and groups both in public and private sectors.
My first training on clinical supervision was a 3-day workshop with pre and post workshop assessments based on "RISEUP" model. Over the last few years, I have been attending a few one-day training on clinical supervision via CMHL and Monash University for my own professional development needs.
My approach to supervision
My approach is trauma-informed, person-centred , and strengths-based. My ultimate goal is to help supervisees to access their strengths and resources through the reflective process. I believe good clinical supervision is going through a map together and exploring different routes which might have been hidden from our perspectives initially.