Quality clinical supervision benefits the client, worker and the organization.
Quality clinical supervision for occupational therapists, psychologists, social workers, mental health, community services, school counsellors, youth, aboriginal and drug and alcohol workers and for anyone supporting the wellbeing of others. Specializing in working with Complex Clients, Gaby provides reflective practice opportunities with a trauma focus to individual clinicians at all levels of practice.
Gabrielle New is an experienced senior Clinical Supervisor specializing in supporting the psychological health, wellbeing and professional development of workers for 30 years in a wide range of Mental Health, Community, School and Drug and Alcohol settings in Australia, the UK and New Zealand, and now providing services online.
Gaby uses a range of supervision models including; the T.A.P.E.S Supervision Model (O’Donoghue, 2008), The Double-Matrix (or Seven Eyed Supervisor) Model (Hawkins and Shohet 2006) and Naanggabun Yarning-The Aboriginal Clinical Supervision model (Bakos et al 2012) She also utilizes modified therapeutic strategies including ;Interactive Drawing Therapy, ACT, Strengths theory, CBT, Motivational Interviewing and a range of other tools.
The benefits for the supervisee include:
- A safe forum to review, reflect and receive guidance on casework and work related issues.
- Identification, development and sharing of innovative, evidence based and best practice work.
- A vehicle to express difficult work experiences and reduce work related stress.
- Improved self-assurance, confidence and personal growth.
- Provision of supportive critical feedback
- Professional development
- Improved quality of client care for best client outcomes
- A space to reflect critically on work as a frame to develop confidence and competence to work from a theoretical evidence base.
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
I was very comfortable with Gaby from the onset of our relationship… I was never embarrassed to bring any of my concerns. I would always leave sessions feeling positive ….
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