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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Sue Alpass

Community agencies, statutory work, management, students and working with any one in the social service profession.
The role of mindfulness in supervision and practice
The use of Sand-tray work as a tool for reflection in supervision.

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Rosanna Alefaio

am interested in using a Reflective learning Model and Learning Cycles.  I work from a Strengths based Supervision approach.   I prefer to work with individuals and supervise social workers, mental health workers, counsellors or youth workers from NGO’s or Governmental agencies. 

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Deb Stanfield

I have keen interest in the process of supervision – how we negotiate what happens in the “supervision room.” The unique relationship, the “space” that is created, how the time together is shaped are all integral to the work of supervision. My supervision practice is inspired by ideas related to critical reflection, social justice, adult learning, the principles of social work and Te Tiriti ō Waitangi. I am comfortable using “distance technology” (Skype, Zoom) for supervision, and keen to creatively support and develop this mode of supervision for those interested. I am also interested in the “academy” of supervision, the research and writing that contributes to the ongoing development of social work supervision practice and wisdom.

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Janetta Whaley

I use a holistic supervision process which incorporates a mind, body, spirit approach to give your work and life balance. I apply a combination of supervision techniques and life coaching principles, which ensure that you care for yourself first, manage stress levels, overcome procrastination and let go of limiting beliefs. These motivating ideas will enable you to get more out of your work and achieve your goals. I am currently available for either Face to Face or Electronic Supervision on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

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Nicki Lishman

My private work has involved counselling young people, delivering education and training for social service and health professionals, and also providing supervision to social workers.

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Carol Burton

Safe practice and professional development, health and well-being, child protection and community development. I work from a client centred and strengths based perspective and have an interest in supervision across professions.

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Dr Margaret Pack

I am interested in trauma informed models for clinical supervision. I have published internationally on vicarious traumatisation and resilience and am interested in offering supervision for those social workers engaged in dealing their own responses to their engagement with trauma-informed work.

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