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MAAEd(Art Psychotherapy)(UK) PgDipATh(UK) DipFA(Qld) AThR ATR(USA) KATR(Korea)
Art Psychotherapist, published author, and practicing artist.
Other Arts Modalities: Dramatherapy & Sand Play
Accredited Supervisor, PACFA
Qualified Supervisor, Interactive Drawing Therapy IDT Website
Approved Supervisor, ANZACATA
Clinical Family Therapist, AAFT

Clinical Experience (40+ years)
Child, Family, Adult Mental Health; Adolescent/Family Community Welfare; Disability; Family/Couple Therapy; Corrective Services

Clinical Supervisor
Individual – $150 per Hour or $200 per 1.5 Hours
Small Group(x4) – $60 per Hour x 2 Hours

Further Information:
M: 0408 822 080

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Supervision on Supervision (SOS)

For therapists providing supervision to other staff.

Team Building

Provision of workplace supervision to enhance team work and skills-based shared focus for best practice.

Art Therapy

Specific to art therapy practice and sometimes using art-making processes as part of supervision. Specifically for qualified art therapist practitioners.

Interactive Drawing Therapy

For counsellors, therapists and school guidance officers/counsellors and educators, familiar with interactive drawing therapy (IDT). It is assumed the minimum IDT foundation course is completed.

Child and Adolescent Clinical

Counselling or therapy with children or adolescents and may include the use of art and sand play processes.

Couple Art Therapy

Supervision for therapists who use art-making in their work with couples.

Family Art Therapy

Supervision for therapists who use family art interventions and processes in their work with families.

Peer Group

The shared-learning process can be facilitated by a more experienced supervisor.

Sand Play Therapy

Specifically focused on sand play practice, sometimes using sand play processes or specific aspects of sand play as part of supervision, and including the making of 3D-objects to be included in the sand play.

Clinical Supervision

Generalist counselling and therapy skills and practice in clinical work with mental health clients specifically. Includes the use of art and other creative experiential interventions as part of generalist practice. Your training background does not matter.