I provide professional supervision both to individual professionals – nurses, social workers, counsellors and professional groups.

Professional supervision might be about enhancing workplace relationships, providing opportunities to de-brief about recent work experiences, enhancing self reflective practice, identifying strategies for improving professional practice, and focusing on specific issues relating to the processes of dying, death, loss, grief and self care.   

I have been trained in supervision methods and have trained others in supervision processes.  I have provided supervision to professionals in Queensland for the last nine years. 

With a particular focus on end of life care, grief and self care, this respectful and collaborative process can exhibit care for the carers and management appreciation.