"We are all apprentices in a craft where no one ever becomes a master.”
Professional supervision for the Indian Mental Health professional is still an uncommon practice. Seeking supervision is in the best interest of your clients and a proven way to create a reflective practice.
I am a certified Professional Supervisor approved by the ACA (Australian Counselling Association and the IAPS (Indian Academy of Professional Supervisors- Membership No.-AM046). My approach and training in supervision is modality agnostic.
Case supervision, professional development, practice development and management as well as self care issues are addressed as required in sessions.
Peer Consultation Groups
Do you want to create a reflective practice with a peer group that is safe and supportive?
Being a therapist/counselor in private practice can be a lonely and isolating experience. Peer consultation groups are a rich repository of perspective and support.
A peer supervision group is NOT a supervision group. That means that it is non-hierarchical, free and no participant is bound to act on the feedback/suggestions generated by the group. Groups are usually diverse with varying levels of experience and therapeutic orientations and everyone is welcomed and treated as a peer.
Currently I run two such groups. If you are a mental health professional in private practice write in to be wait-listed for our next group.