Early-Career Clinical Mentorships

Clinical Supervision + Business Mentorship

I appreciate the transformative capacity of relational therapy and have seen my clients develop and flourish when our work is underpinned by the core conditions of positive regard, congruence, and empathic understanding. The same model can and should be applied to clinical supervision for early-career practitioners – a durational and relational model where the clinical supervision is steeped in the same inter/intrapersonal elements: positive regard, reflective inquiry and reflexive action, congruence, empathic understanding, and compassion.

These relational elements create a safe space and engender self-inquiry and co-regulation.

This model of clinical supervision involves both supervisor and supervisee committing to a more intensive model of mentorship which prioritises developing the person as well as the clinician and making more space to seek, inquire, listen, challenge, and belong. My supervisory work is a twelve-month early-career mentorship, limited to three supervisees at any one time. Detailed information is available on request.

Please join the mailing list to receive EOI closing dates or get in touch if you would like to book a no-obligation 20-minute Zoom consult to discuss pricing and availability.

  • Fortnightly supervision;
  • Bi-monthly group supervision with other mentors, interns, and supervisees;
  • Bi-monthly business planning/strategy chats (branding, website, socials, automation, record keeping, etc);
  • Capacity and space for ad hoc phone/email support (as required); and
  • Review of supervisory frame at quarterly intervals.
  • Co-facilitated training with invited peers and associates;
  • Detailed case consultation with analysis of either transcript, recording, or video of client work; and
  • Capacity for client referral dependant on supervisee case load and clinical needs.
Early-Career Clinical Mentorships

Clinical Supervision + Business Mentorship

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I appreciate the transformative capacity of relational therapy and have seen my clients develop and flourish when our work is underpinned by the core conditions of positive regard, congruence, and empathic understanding.

The same model can and should be applied to clinical supervision for early-career practitioners.

A durational and relational model where the clinical supervision is steeped in the same inter/intrapersonal elements: positive regard, reflective inquiry and reflexive action, congruence, empathic understanding, and compassion.

Just as a garden needs the right balance of attention, nutrients, water, and light in order to thrive, these relational elements create a safe space which engenders safety, self-inquiry, and co-regulation.

This model of clinical supervision involves both supervisor and supervisee committing to a more intensive model of mentorship which prioritises developing the person as well as the clinician and making more space to seek, inquire, listen, challenge, and belong.

My supervisory work is a twelve-month early-career mentorship, limited to three supervisees at any one time. Detailed information is available on request.

Please join the mailing list to receive EOI closing dates or get in touch if you would like to book a no-obligation 20-minute Zoom consult to discuss pricing and availability.

  • Fortnightly supervision;
  • Bi-monthly group supervision with other mentors, interns, and supervisees;
  • Bi-monthly business planning/strategy chats (branding, website, socials, automation, record keeping, etc);
  • Capacity and space for ad hoc phone/email support (as required); and
  • Review of supervisory frame at quarterly intervals.
  • Co-facilitated training with invited peers and associates;
  • Detailed case consultation with analysis of either transcript, recording, or video of client work and
  • The capacity for client referrals is dependent on the supervisee’s caseload and clinical needs.