Supervisors for the helping & health professions

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The following Auckland Therapists offer supervision services for psychotherapists, counsellors and other helping and health professions :

Central Auckland

Claudia Gross ( Mt Eden). The way I supervise psychotherapists, health and other professionals is based on my own positive experiences​ of being supervised in a variety of relationships. I offer a safe, reflective and collaborative space to bring work for understanding, development, and learning. I look forward to your enquiry.

Dr Richard Fox (Ponsonby). I offer supervision and have supervised therapists on the Advanced Clinical Practitioner pathway. My interest is more at the humanistic end of the spectrum and have a background in Hakomi, experience with sensitive claims clients, more recent training in Emotionally Focussed Couples Therapy and the Internal Family Systems model, and interest in the Intensive Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy approach.

Jennifer Pamplin (Ponsonby). I have been offering supervision for many years to psychotherapists, both already qualified and those in training or in the process of setting up a practice. Also I am experienced in offering supervision to leaders of community groups, those working in people helping professions, medical professionals, team leaders, faith groups, priests and deacons.

Jay Morris (Mt Eden). I have begun offering ongoing supervision to mental health professionals and health professionals generally. I look forward to discussing your supervision requirements.

Violet Sherwood (Sandringham). I offer supervision, mentoring and personal therapy for medical professionals, holistic and wellbeing practitioners, therapists and counsellors and others working in social or health services who experience high stresses or relational issues in their work environment. I have twenty five years experience integrating holistic healthcare, private psychotherapy practice, trauma agency work, women's health and tertiary level health/wellbeing education and mentoring.

John Bryant (Grey Lynn & West Habour). I have been offering clinical supervision for over 20 years. I have a certificate in clinical supervision and masters degree. I currently offer supervision to a range of supervisees including psychotherapists, counsellors and AUT psychotherapy students. I work principally in the area of trauma, violence, anxiety and relationships. I supervise through the lens of psychodynamic, neuroscience, CBT and mindfulness therapies.

Helen Packard (Herne Bay). I offer supervision for individual practitioners or groups, working in agencies or in private practice. I have experience in both professional settings and an extensive background in working with trauma, and enjoy working with psychotherapists or other health professional to extend and develop their practice.

Mandy Montague (Sandringham). I offer supervision for psychotherapists, counsellors, students, and other health professionals. I supervise both individuals and groups.

West Auckland

John Bryant (Grey Lynn & West Habour). I have been offering clinical supervision for over 20 years. I have a certificate in clinical supervision and masters degree. I currently offer supervision to a range of supervisees including psychotherapists, counsellors and AUT psychotherapy students. I work principally in the area of trauma, violence, anxiety and relationships. I supervise through the lens of psychodynamic, neuroscience, CBT and mindfulness therapies.

Hamish Brown (Te Atatu). Hamish offers clinical supervision to counsellors, psychotherapists and clinical psychologists who offer longer term treatment. He also has many years experience coaching people in leadership positions in organisations.

Caroline Witten-Hannah (Glen Eden). I offer supervision to therapists and counsellors who work with children and teenagers. I have 27 years experience working with young people and their families and have experience in a wide range of models and interventions which I use in my clinical work.

Jenni van der Schoot (Point Chevalier). My experience in clinical supervision has extended over 20 years. I have a Masters Degree and a Certificate in Clinical Supervision. I work with a range of supervisees - therapists who work in agencies and schools; students; psychotherapists who are in private practice. My specialties are trauma, anxiety, grief, migration, anxiety, PTSD and relationships.

North Shore

Stephen Appel (Birkenhead). I have fifteen years of experience supervising psychotherapists as well as AUT psychotherapy students. My supervision style is to be 'alongside' the supervisee as a colleague and mentor

South Auckland

Liz Farrands (Howick). I offer supervision for professionals in a range of disciplines, such as psychotherapy, ministry, palliative care, nursing, education and justice sectors. I understand supervision as a highly collaborative and respectful relationship in which the supervisee, may reflect at depth on their work, be listened to, and heard. Benefits include, increased understanding of self and other, whether individuals or groups, in the interest of effective and transformative practice.