Professional supervision for psychologists, counsellors and social workers.
Professional Clinical Supervision provides a confidential and supportive space for professional development, reflection, learning and growth.
It provides a space for practitioners to reflect and review, access information, and learn new skills to enhance self-care, build resilience and self-confidence.
This important practice is paramount to maintaining best practice and addressing ethical and professional standard
Who am I
My name is Lenneke and I am registered with the Australian Association of Social Workers.
I have over 20 years experience working with individuals, groups and couples and have provided professional services within a number of different organisations and counselling settings.
As a result of my work experience I have gained valuable skills and knowledge, which I utilise when providing clinical supervision to other health care professionals.
- Bachelor of Social Work
- Master of Corporate social work
- Master of School Counselling
- Clinical Supervisor
In 2017 I started my own practice for child counselling, where I worked (mostly in a creative way) with children and also provided parenting.
Since 2020 I also provide counselling to Teens and Adults.
Besides this I train professionals (online) in The Netherlands and Belgium in working with children and teens.
In my work as a counsellor I make use of the following methods:
– Systemic approach
– Solution-oriented therapy
– Cognitive behavioural therapy
– Positive Psychology
-Developmental psychology; children and teenagers
– Creative therapy
– Playbased therapy
How it works
You decide for yourself which experiences and questions are current and what you want to discuss during supervision.
Some examples of topics that may be relevant: refining your conversational skills and interventions, working with specific clients, interacting with colleagues, self-care, your practice, etc.
- The duration of a supervision session is 60 minutes.
- Sessions are online via ZOOM or at my practice in Coorparoo, Brisbane.
- Normally, supervision takes place once a month, but this can be more or less often, depending on your needs.
- The first time we draw up a contract together containing the agreements and structure.
- After each supervision session I will ask you to write a very short reflective report.
Following the work of Loganbill, Hardy & Delworth, my flexible model of supervision reflects the following areas of professional practice:
(b) Emotional Awareness,
(d) Theoretical Identity,
(e) Respect for Individual Differences,
(f) Purpose and Direction,
(g) Personal Motivation, and
(h) Professional Ethics.