Clinical Supervision

Clinical supervision is a continuous relationship whereby a practitioner regularly engages in a structured meeting for the purpose of enhancing and developing your clinical skills. The purpose of supervision is to assist the practitioner to learn from his or her experience and progress in expertise, as well as to ensure excellent service to the client.

The quality clinical supervision provided at Drummoyne Counselling challenges the practitioner to examine their professional decisions and explore issues in a structured way. Supervision enables the practitioner to work through individual counter-transferences in session.

“Clinical supervision will guide your work with your clients and increase your effectiveness in your interventions”

Nese Sozen is an APS approved supervisor and also has a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Supervision (GDCS) and she offers individual, couple, and family therapy supervision. Nese has up to 25 years’ experience in supervising other professionals.

The modalities of supervision used are:

  • Systemic Supervision Models
  • The Trans-generational Models
  • Integrative Supervision Approach
  • Post Modern Models of Couple and Family Therapy
  • Reflective Processes (Transferences and Counter-Transferences)

 

Mental Health Emergencies

Please note that Drummoyne Counselling is NOT an acute emergency service. If you or a person you know is experienceing a mental health crisis call Emergency services on 000, or your local Mental Health Crisis Team (call 1800 011 511 within NSW) or go to your local hospital emergency department.

Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

Ensuring Drummoyne Counselling is a safe and welcoming space for patients and families is a priority. In light of concerns relating to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), staff at Drummoyne Counselling are taking the following precautions to help keep everyone safe.

All patients will be screened over the phone for COVID-19. Depending on the outcome of screening, all appointments are being held as either face-to-face, Telehealth or phone consultations.

For COVID-19 updates from the Australian government, please see the link below (information also available in other languages than English):

https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert