We still see some individuals but normally only accept referrals for issues relating to relationships or sexuality.
A significant portion of our practice involves the supervision of psychologists and other helping professionals. This includes individual practitioners in speciality areas (e.g. Verity supervises students enrolled in the Medical School’s Diploma in Addiction Studies and Nic supervises a number of other psychologists working in the field of rehabilitation following brain injury). We have also provided generic workplace supervision for organisations such as ACC and Housing New Zealand.
Nic is also accredited to provide supervision for psychologists working towards their Registration.
We take great delight in helping our colleagues reflect on and improve their professional practice and find supporting them in their work one of the most satisfying things we do.
EAP Relationship Counselling
Our practice has provided Employee Assistance Programme counselling to a number of organisations, including CYFS, TransRail and Air New Zealand, as well as smaller firms.
Relationship focused EAP counselling can be organised directly with our practice or through a specialised EAP provider such as Instep (http://www.eap-insteplimited.com ) or WorkWise (http://www.workwise.com.au ). The Instep website has a great section explaining how EAP programmes work with good FAQs.
If you are interested in knowing more about how this might work for your business, please give us a call.
Training & Group Work
Both of us have extensive group work experience and have been involved in training, either with packages we have designed related to our own fields of expertise, or in implementing pre-existing training programmes.
Nic currently facilitates a weekly on-going support group for people with brain injuries for the Brain Injury Association.
We currently have a group programme for couples under development.
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