Karen Brown

Social Work fieldwork educator offering 40 years’ practice experience through front line community social worker, advocate for safe bi and multicultural practice, field work educator, supervisor, seniors social worker, service manager, CEO of Marae based health and social services with extensive knowledge in Maori and pakeha practice pathways, Sound proven network with Maata Waka and Mana Whenua, NGO Maori and non-Maori, Local bodies and government services.
Proven history of bi and multicultural supervision to support a supervisee to maximise their potential through reflective practice. To encourage and provide a culturally sound and safe practice knowledge base that will support a supervisee to be a competent effective and a culturally safe practitioner. To support practitioners to maintain a healthy work life balance that also demonstrates the importance of their self-care and who can provide mana enhancing practices to all people their work alongside. Mauri Ora Karen Brown

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Jo Hutchings

Reflective supervision practice from a collaborative and strengths based approach. Clinical, casework, leadership, professional development and mentoring supervision.

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Joanne Shakes

Management of complex cases and situations, stress management, reflective practice, worker safety and boundaries, professional development and performance. Individual, peer and group supervision.

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Leisa Moorhouse

Safe, supportive, critically reflective and Tiriti-grounded, Strengths Based and Maori models of practice

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