Vicki Hirst

Supervision that promotes leadership and management in the social services and inspires professional, ethical and effective social work practice, achieves best outcomes with clients and grows a sustainable organisation. Critical reflective practice, culturally safe practice, professional wellbeing including mindfulness and professional and career development are key elements along with managing change and human resources.
A safe, supportive and challenging space is provided for supervisees that is conducive to learning through reflection, exploration, discovery and application. Now specialising in supervision using Zoom.Your further inquiry is welcomed.

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Mary Gray

My vision of supervision is to provide a supportive, nurturing and environment where a practitioner can develop a strong purposeful professional practice; deepen their reflective skills and insights; increase their habits of self –care and build resilience within a strong framework of ethical practice.
Recent practice has include themes of working with difference and culturally safe practice; maintaining ethical practice boundaries; managing self care within demanding work-place situations; recognising and drawing on theoretical frameworks for practice; managing and working with cross-disciplinary and team relationships.

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Cherie Appleton

My supervision interest is in exploring, learning, supporting and contributing to building and maintaining/balancing ‘practitioner integrity and mindful use of self’.  I enjoy assisting practitioners to aspire to practice excellence through their application of critical reflection and analysis, emotional intelligence and ethical decision making.  I love listening, sharing, learning and co-discovering what makes professional supervision relevant and useful for beginning practitioners right through to senior leaders/managers of social work.  I believe in discovering and integrating theory with practice, growing critical thinking skills and resilience through conscious application of  self-care and development of a mindful practice framework.  My influencing supervisory frameworks draw from relational, solution focused, strengths based, appreciative inquiry, collaborative and holistic approaches with an applied systemic analysis. I am involved in group and peer supervision, and can offer distance supervision using Zoom in addition to one on one face to face sessions.

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Madeleine Taylor

Working with issues of grief and loss, conflict, negotiation, influencing, managing difficult behaviours -(yours and others). Restoring harm and empowering you to make the best decisions you can, for yourself, your clients and your organisation

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Ann-Marie Stapp

Supervising mental health professionals and support workers regards Mental Health, bereavement, youth, assessment of alcohol/other drugs use issues.

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James Makowharemahihi

Clinical/Cultural Supervision; Leadership/Professional Development; Strength based, Solution focussed, Best practice, Youth sector, NGO Agencies, Grief/Loss, Cross Cultural, Case work working with Individuals, couples, whanau.

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Liz Kinley

My supervisory practice has developed through many years as a practitioner, supervisor, coach, facilitator, manager and professional leader within government and community agencies at local and national level supervising managers, team leaders and supervisors, CYF social workers and police, community social workers and counsellors and family support workers.
My particular interest areas are: management, professional leadership, children, young people, women, family support, care and protection, family violence prevention.

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Merrill Simmons-Hansen

Developing and maintenance of reflective practice. Culturally safe practice. Workplace and team dynamics. Coping with change. Work life balance. Maori models of practice. Care and protection. Family dynamics and relationships. Child management and behavior.

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