Geena Wickes

Personal and professional development through reflective practice.
Managing collaborative relationships in this new social service environment.
Striving for a positive work life balance.
Integrating theory and practice.
Being a champion and advocate for self and client.
Managing and working through conflict and ethical dilemmas.
I am an ACC Sensitive Claims Provider and can help guide clients through this support process while providing counselling for approved claims.
I am passionate about relational approached therapies and the construct of supervision, and can offer an individually tailored approach to all my supervisees/clients.
I look forward to discussing the possibilities of supervision with you.

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Ariella Bond

Social work is a wonderful, and at times, challenging profession. From my experience I know that good support is essential to the success or failure of the work we do.
My passion is to support people like you, who are giving their all to help others. I know the value of a safe, confidential space, for someone to be with you in the hardest moments – the very thing we are often providing for those we work with. Over the years I have supervised people in various roles from family violence, care and protection, through to community-based and specialised social work. My supervision supports people to provide the best service to those in need, whilst also developing themselves both personally and professionally, and maintaining overall wellbeing.
Relationship is key in supervision, so it’s important to find the right fit. I work from a relational and strengths-based approach, and provide a reflective space where you can unpack difficult cases, gain clarity, be challenged, explore team dynamics, critically reflect and learn from past successes and challenges, and be supported in your journey as you help others. If this is the type of support you’re after, give me a call on 020 401 06304.

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Lisa Glynn

Reflective practice, collaborative processes, application of theory to practice, management and leadership in social services, establishing and maintaining boundaries.
Social work background in community NGO and community development settings with many years’ experience in group facilitation and service delivery. Trained and experienced in peer coaching and leadership development through reflective practice and collaborative processes

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Helen Simmons

Working alongside the supervisee to advance their supervision goals, I take a holistic supervisee-centred approach focusing on who they are and what they are bringing into the work at any given time. I seek to foster reflexivity in supervision and have particular interests in spirituality in practice, Treaty based practice, gender issues, work/life balance and using supervision as a forum for learning and transformation.

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Kieran O’Donoghue

I am interested in working with supervisees to develop their practice and as practitioners. I have a special interest in supervising advanced practitioners, supervisors and practice leaders.
I have been actively researching, writing and training supervisors since 1998.

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Jean Hera

Feminist, collaborative, ecological and strength based supervision practice. Community development/community work and not for profit agencies, health, women’s health and consumer health issues, professional boundaries, policy and research. Death/after-death policies, practices and beliefs in Aotearoa/NZ (PhD studies).

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Rima Williams

Ao Pasifika and Ao Māori perspective and framework

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