A culture of self care for Therapists...
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The clearer we are in ourselves, the more effectively we can take action to support others.
In Australia, if you are a psychologist, a counsellor, or a social worker - as a part of your self care, it is a mandatory part of your registration that you maintain minimum levels of supervision. However, for many others working in the helping profession, supervision is not provided. Group supervision at The Grove offers an economical way to support both teams and individuals. For example, if you are - a case worker, a support worker, a nurse, a police officer, a teacher, a lawyer, a health practitioner, or you work in emergency services - supervision can offer you, or your team, an economical, safe and supportive space in which you can debrief and develop a culture of self-care.
What is Supervision?...
Supervision can offer you, or your team, an economical, safe and supportive space in which you can debrief and develop a culture of self-care.
At The Grove, we prize supervision. Supervision is designed to support people working in the helping professions, to be the most effective practitioners they can be. It is a place where practitioners - are held accountable, are actively encouraged to reflect on their work, and are encouraged to extend their learning. As such supervision, can contribute to a practitioners growth, both professionally and personally. At The Grove, we endeavour to offer high quality supervision opportunities for ourselves and other professionals.
Supervision at The Grove...
Working to understand your supervision needs, we will assist you in determining the best path forward to support you and your team. Designed to be supportive and flexible, supervision with a registered supervisor, is offered at The Grove, both in person and online. The types of supervision available include:
Individual supervision is recommended, at minimum, on a monthly basis and is scheduled by a appointment with your supervisor. Delivered in person and ONLINE. 60 mins
Group Supervision - mental health professionals
Facilitated by a a PACFA / ACA accredited supervisor, meet monthly to learn and grow with other like-minded therapists in the field. Offered over 2 hours, groups comprise of no more than 6 people and consist of a carefully selected blend of mental health professionals. Learn more about currently available supervision groups.
Team Supervision - other professionals
Team supervision provides a very economical way for organisations to support and care for their staff. Team supervision is available either at your site or at The Grove Counselling & Therapy. Delivered in person. Length - as required.
Lindy Chaleyer has worked in allied health for much of her professional life. It seemed like a natural progression from her earlier days in nursing to continue her caring work in the mental health field. She brings a passion to soften the grief and sadness that people experience with the challenges of daily living.
Lindy holds a Master in Counselling, a Bachelor of Social Science, a Diploma of Community Welfare and a Cert IV in Training & Assessment. She has trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy and also in Collaborative Practice with Monash University and the Victorian Law Council. Lindy is a registered supervisor and group facilitator with the Australian Counselling Association (ACA). Lindy provides supervision in training in Family Support at Headspace, and has also worked at Orygen Youth Health in a similar capacity. Lindy’s extensive experience in working with; families, couples, drug and alcohol related issues, grief and loss, as well as disability, offers supervises and clients alike, a wealth of experience to draw upon.
Cheryl has been providing counselling services to individuals, couples and families for twenty years. Having been trained in a number of modalities Cheryl is able to respond to each client in a way that meets their unique needs and concerns.
Cheryl holds a Master of Counselling and Human Services and has also undertaken training in Expressive Therapies, Sandplay Therapy, Family Therapy, Couples Counselling, and Counselling Supervision. More recently, as part of her special interest in trauma, Cheryl undertook training in EMDR (Eye Movement Densensitisation and Reprocessing) and uses this to complement her work with clients who have experienced trauma. In 2003 Cheryl established a training College for Counsellors and Community Workers and in 2009 established an Internship Program and low-cost counselling clinic in Caroline Springs. She currently works for The Cairnmillar Institute as a Lecturer and Supervisor in the Master of Counselling & Pyschotherapy program and also works for Monash University as a Supervisor of Master of Counselling students.
Cheryl also provides supervision to trainee, graduate and experienced therapists, in both individual and group settings. She is a registered Supervisor with PACFA, ACA, the Australian Association of Supervisors (AAOS) and the Association of Clinical Supervision Australia (ACSA). Her approach to supervision is to provide a safe and supportive space where counsellors can explore their work with clients and their own personal growth and professional development.
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We recognise that finding the right supervisor can be a challenge. The quality of the relationship, between the therapist and the supervisor is important. In addition, finding a supervisor who has both the background of experience, as well as, the therapeutic orientations that we are seeking, is not always easy.
Spend 30 minutes speaking with a supervisor to get a sense of whether The Grove is a good match for you. This session is delivered by telephone, at no cost to all new supervisees.
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Other Support & Training
Perhaps it is not ongoing supervision you require, but instead a stand alone workshop delivered to your team. Contact us to discuss how we might be able to help you...
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