Supervision for Clinical Counsellors (ZOOM Group) with Shane Warren 90 min

Supervision for Clinical Counsellors (ZOOM Group) with Shane Warren 90 min

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Clinical Counselling Supervision (Group)

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Supervision enables a professional clinical counsellor to chat with a professionally trained and qualified supervisor to help identify any behavioural or psychological changes in the counsellor when struggling to cope with challenges presented by one or more clients.

A supervisor challenges the counsellor's clinical and modality practices and discusses alternative approaches, theories different practices.

The supervisor keeps their supervisee's informed of changes within the mental health industry.

The supervisor observes the mental health of their supervisee. This assists in protecting the general public seeking mental health services from any poor practice or inappropriate or ineffective application of modalities.

Counsellors are often presented with significant issues such as transference or burn out. Often these counsellors don't recognise the symptoms, this is a critical role of the professional supervisor who brings to the attention the symptoms they have noted in the counsellor and assists the counsellor in seeking self care or professional support.

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Shane Warren is a registered psychotherapist, certified clinical supervisor, certified practicing hypnotherapist and certified practicing coach.

Based in Sydney, he brings to the supervision relationship more than 25 years in private practice with consulting suites across the Asia Pacific Rim.

Shane’s academic background is in theology, philosophy and psychology with a particular focus on the area of positive and resilience psychology.

He has a number of published works most notably Perspectives in Coping and Resilience which he co-authored with Drs Venkat Pulla and Andrew Shatte; as well as 'Diversity in Coaching: Working with gender, culture, race and age' which is co-wrote with Prof. Jonathan Passmore.

For many years Shane has undertaken the practice of counselling and coaching both in-person and online, utilising individual and group practices.

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