All services can be offered on-site or off-site
1. Clinical/Professional Supervision for Health, Allied Health & Community Based Professionals
The premise of Clinical Supervision is to provide the practitioner with a confidential, safe space to discuss issues that are in some way “on” their mind. My role is to facilitate that exploration. The issues may concern an experience or interaction with a client/patient, a colleague, the workplace, the organisation or another matter.
At times personal matters may arise that you wish to discuss: this is also possible. The inter-face between work and home is acknowledged so there may need for discussion if this comfortable for you. If not that is fine. You may wish to seek out another option for such matters.
Typically Clinical Supervision is offered to people who work in health, allied health and medical fields. It is also offered to emergency service workers and others who are exposed to traumatic situations at work.
It is seen as best practice: essential for learning and continuous improvement. In some professions, such as Psychology, regular Clinical Supervision is compulsory for renewal of annual registration.
Therese is a trained and experienced Supervisor. Sessions are typically 60-75 minutes every 4-8 weeks dependent upon hours worked.
2. Workplace Mediation
Conflict is a natural part of life. It is vital for change, growth and development. However at times an impasse can occur that needs leverage via the process of Mediation. The neutrality of the Mediator is critical for mediation. When two or more employees are in conflict an internal employee, no matter how skilled, cannot bring the essential quality of neutrality to the mediation table. Therese can provide a mediation to assist your staff in working through their issues in a productive way.
Therese is a trained and experienced Mediator. As a Psychologist she brings a rich and deep understanding of human behaviour to the Mediation table.
The Mediation Model typically involves an individual session with each of the people who will be involved in the Mediation process. These sessions may take between 30min-2hours depending on the nature and extent of the conflict. The Mediation is then conducted. The time needed for Mediation is also dependent upon the nature of the conflict. An approximate time frame can be offered.
3. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) – Individual Profile/s
The MBTI is an instrument that has assisted millions of people world-wide gain insight about themselves and how they interact with others. It provides a powerful framework for self-awareness. By being more self-aware we can build richer and more meaningful relationships with our self, our partner, significant others; family members; colleagues and customers.
The MBTI takes only 20 minutes to complete. Your profile can then be prepared for feedback and discussion.
4. Team Building using the MBTI
Strengthen, enrich and empower your team by using the MBTI as a fun and rewarding team building exercise. Individuals learn new, helpful and interesting information about themselves and fellow team members. Gain a new appreciation and perspective of harmony and difference. See the beauty and strength of diversity! Experience how the results of the MBTI can create a cohesive and performing team.
5. Coaching/Mentoring for Managers/CEOs
Managers & CEOs can benefit from individual time with a coach or mentor to assist them in reflection, self-awareness and personal/professional growth. Emotional Intelligence (EI) has been identified as a key factor in inspirational and effective leadership. If we don’t understand our own motivations & behaviours managing others can be a fraught process. Identify your growing edge with Therese as your coach/mentor and strengthen your EI!
Sessions are typically 60-90 minutes every 4-8 weeks.
6. Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)
Enable your staff to access a confidential and supportive counselling service to assist with personal/workplace issues that can impact on well-being, physical and mental health, work attendance and performance. The provision of an EAP is viewed positively by employees: organisations in turn reap the rewards by adding this service to their staff well-being program.
Therese has been providing EAP services for over 15 years. She has been contracted as an EAP Psychologist by most of the major national providers: she is also an independent provider of EAP.
Sessions are typically held off-site and are confidential.
7. Training/Professional Development in Managing Stress; Effective Communication Skills & Managing Conflict.
These core competencies of human interaction involve skills that can be learned. Offer your staff the opportunity to build this suite of skills that will increase personal, team and organisational effectiveness.
Programs are customised to the needs of your staff and organisation.
8. Performance Management – skill development
When specific skill sets are identified as needing development during a Performance Review an individualised learning program can be developed in consultation with the manager and employee. Examples of the skill development that can be offered are: stress management, communication skills, assertiveness skills and conflict management. Skill development can be be embedded within a counselling process. A positive, helpful, and developmental experience. This development program can be tailored to the needs of the staff member and your organisation.
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For mental health see www.sane.org