Jack Scanlan

– To support practitioners wanting to further their career whether it is leaderships roles or professional development such as further tertiary qualifications.
– Have experience in providing External Supervision for students studying social work.
– Working with team dynamics and managing complex situations.
– Risk management and safe practice.
– Group and peer supervision. Working with difference.
– Leadership and management development.
– Managing work/personal life balance.
– Integrating theory and practice.
– Culturally safe practice.
– Fun, humourous and informative
I am Pasifika social work practice and am competent in Bicultural social work practice. Proud to be from South Auckland and have practiced in the area for many years.- To support social practitioners in what can be a challenging but a rewarding field.

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Ellice Rains

Director of her company Total Practice Solutions Ltd, Ellice currently works as a Professional Supervisor and Leadership Coach. She also provides social work and Vocational Consultancy services to ACC. Ellice has over 20 years’ experience of change management, social work service delivery, audits and practice management in the health and disability field. In a Professional Leadership role at a large DHB, Ellice focused on developing the strategic direction of the social work profession across all DHB services. She completed a GROWTH coach development programme and was the portfolio lead for Allied Health Supervision. More recently Ellice implemented change processes in a company providing services to young people with high and complex physical disabilities.
She is former Trust Board Member of Helensville Women and Family Centre.

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Colleen Synott

I am opening a clinic in Gulf Harbour and will be working closely with families who may have lost temporary custody of their children as a result of drug & alcohol related issues providing them with the necessary support and tools to get their lives back on track and work towards getting their children home to a safe nurturing environment. I work from a Narrative, Strengths based prospective.

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Serafin Dillon

Serafin’s wonderfully insightful, down-to-earth nature makes her good company when you have an issue. A provocative therapist, Serafin uses reverse psychology and comedy to help you identify the cause of stress or anxiety- whether it’s a result of previous trauma, lack of motivation, or just nerves. She’s an excellent detective and insists that light conversation and kind humour are useful at deflecting the embarrassment associated with any subject. Serafin claims that feeling good about yourself, being present in your body, and being able to ‘let go’ are crucial to your confidence.

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Julie Steward

Julie is currently self employed as a private practice supervisor for practitioners in the helping profession. Her social work experience includes child protection, youth work, addictions and mental health, as well as family violence. Her passion is to support practitioners to be the best and healthiest they can be – subsequently providing good quality interventions for clients.
Julie also facilitates workshops with a focus on supervision and professional wellness.

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Kay Ingamells

Skill Base: Academia Addiction Counselling/Therapy Education Health Mental Health Policy/Research Youth Location: On Line & Phone Groups Tamaki Makaurau, Auckland Willing to Travel? Yes Willing to Relocate? No Availability: Part Time Long Term Short Term By Negotiation SWRB Registered? Yes Profile: 24 Years’ experience in Statutory and Non-Governmental Organisations in NZ and the UK Membership & registration with SWRB, ANZASW & New Zealand […]

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Vicki Hirst

Vicki has been in private practice, primarily as a professional supervisor, since 1996. She has been a trainer, lecturer, researcher, publisher and conference presenter in this field. Other work includes training, facilitation, consultation, investigating complaints, project work – reviewing and developing social services, selection panel member and mediation. Her qualifications and experience include social work, supervision, human resource management, leadership, management and organisational change and development. Vicki is also a past chair of the SWRB Complaints and Disciplinary Tribunal and has held local branch leadership roles with ANZASW.

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Jane Weggery

My name is Jane Weggery and I am both a qualified counsellor and qualified social worker. Currently I work as a counsellor three days a week at Compass Health, a Primary Health organisation where I work with young people and adults. I also offer Equine facilitated counselling, where horses partner with people in ground based activities to support people learn about themselves and grow – websites providing more information about this are; www.eagala.org and eponaquest.com/. My private practice is predominantly Equine facilitated work and I have the use of facilities in Pauatahanui and on the Kapiti Coast.
My work is Strength based and Solution Focused and I believe that people have the resources within themselves to effect change, the horses and I merely support people by facilitating the persons process and learning.

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