I aim to create a safe and courageous supervision space in which you feel supported to engage in deep reflective practice, to explore and develop your own authentic style as a clinician, to unpack and find a way forward through the stickiest and trickiest parts of the work we do, and to develop a greater understanding of what you need to both sustain and enjoy your work in the eating disorder space.
I have had the great privilege of receiving regular dietetic and psychology supervision since my first week of practice as a new graduate dietitian stepping straight into the eating disorder space full time, and continue to do so more than 5 years on. The learning, personal and professional growth and wellbeing support that this supervision offers has been invaluable for my confidence working in the special interest areas I am passionate about, my effectiveness as a clinician, the richness and quality of therapeutic relationships I can build with my clients, as well as my ability to care for myself working in what can be an intense and yet incredibly rewarding space.
I currently work in private practice with my caseloads predominantly spanning across all eating/feeding disorders and functional gastrointestinal disorders. My approach is heavily informed by client centred, trauma informed, non-diet and neurodiversity affirming care, as well as polyvagal theory. My counselling skills and techniques draw from Motivational Interviewing, CBT-E, DBT and somatic approaches.
I am offering the following forms of supervision to early career dietitians and those with 5 years or less experience working with eating disorders:
– individual supervision (both short and longer term)
– 3-6 sessions supervision blocks to support credentialing requirements
Supervision availability: Full & operating waitlist.
Via Zoom on Tuesday afternoons and Wednesdays