Nonviolent NZ Communities
External supervision is a valuable resource for all who work with people, and is essential for those who work in the helping professions. Employees who have regular process-oriented supervision say that it supports them to try out new ideas and gives them energy and strength to cope at work.
I provide process-oriented external supervision based on nonviolent communication principles.
Process-oriented supervision, by contrast, focuses on feelings that arise through our work and how this relates to our values. It gives us awareness about ourselves that we can use in future relationships in work.
External Supervision is available for:
- Managers and organisational leaders,
- Support services employees,
- Community and Social Work employees,
- Health Services employees,
- Disability Service Providers and their employees,
- Counsellors and Psychotherapists.
If you’d like to discuss about your or your organisation’s external supervision needs, please get in touch with me using the contact form, below.
- We will arrange for a 30 minute meeting to get to know each other and discuss your needs, my offerings and service delivery strategies, contract and fees.
- I will email the contract and then meet again to discuss details and to sign the contract. The contract covers both parties’ expectations, a brief on what process-oriented supervision is and how I deliver it, frequency of sessions and fees.
- You can expect effective, professional and caring supervision.
- Thank you for your intention to get in touch with me.
Why process-oriented external supervision?
My role as a supervisor is to challenge the person to look at their work and work/life balance from a different perspective, to keep reflecting on their values and how they influence what we do.
I am trained in the field of Psychology of communication at an organisational level, as well as nonviolent communication (NVC).
The one on one external supervision sessions that I offer alternate with eighteen structured small group sessions. See workshops.
Process-oriented supervision means that it backs up the talk with a concrete, structured, yet flexible methodology that provides communication tools and techniques that revolves around ideals such as compassion, connection and peace.
The process-oriented supervision teaches how to enact these ideals through a specific way of speaking and listening that builds connection and mutually satisfying relationships at and outside work.