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PACFA Certified supervision services available here

Since May 2014 I have started a new venture. The Supervision Hub providing guidance and supervision to practising counsellors and psychotherapists. The hub also provides PACFA certified supervision and training for practising supervisors.

Please see Supervision Hub for bookings and current training program.
http://supervisionhub.com.au/training/training.htm

See below for more details on supervision:

Supervision

The Supervision Hub gives you the opportunity to attend individual, group supervision or web-based supervision
All groups have a maximum of 5 supervisees plus the supervisor
The Supervision Hub also provides Professional Development and Supervision Groups in one day programs
Individual Supervision

For one-on-one clinical supervision to meet your individual needs please contact the Supervision Hub and a supervisor will contact you to arrange a mutually suitable time for your individual supervision.

Clinical Supervision Groups

Supervision Groups run monthly and are organised as numbers allow. Please contact the Supervision Hub for the next available day or evening supervision group.

Individual Supervision of Supervision

For one-on-one ‘supervision of supervision’ please contact the Supervision Hub and a supervision supervisor will contact you to arrange a mutually suitable time for your individual supervision.

Supervision of Supervision Groups

Supervision of Supervision Groups are organised in respond to demand and run bi-monthly. Please contact the Supervision Hub to express your interest in attending a ‘supervision of supervision’ group and a supervisor will contact you.

Web-Based Supervision

Supervision Hub recognises that some practitioners do not have access to a supervisor locally and provides web–based supervision for those practitioners. Please contact the Supervision Hub if you wish to access web-based individual supervision, for the currently available supervisors.

Rural Practitioners

Supervision Hub provides intensive group supervision combined with professional development to allow rural practitioners to attend face-to-face training and supervision.

The morning of each Professional Development day will incorporate 4 hours of professional development in supervision and the afternoon will provide a 2 hour group ‘supervision of supervision’ with a maximum of 5 participants in each group.