Christine Senediak, Director of Clinical Supervision Services (CSS), currently consults widely to a number of government and non-government agencies providing individual, team and group supervision. Christine has provided clinical supervision for over 35 years and in that time has developed a unique way of incorporating evidence based psychological practice including cognitive behaviour therapy, mindfulness and systemic family therapy approaches. She places a strong emphasis on the self in therapy and working with the supervisee to set personal goals for professional development. Drawing on her wealth of experience and knowledge in psychological practice Christine offers supervision that is engaging, supervisee directed and geared to enhance self-reflection, self-awareness and the development of skills and knowledge. She currently provides supervision to individuals who work in cross cultural mental health, drug and alcohol, gambling, family support, mental health and child and adolescent mental health inpatient and outpatient settings. Supervision is tailored to meet the specific needs of the person or team. Supervision is offered individually, in groups or via Zoom.
Supervision of Supervision sessions (individual and group)
CSS offers targeted Supervision of Supervision sessions that provide the space for supervisors to discuss specific process, professional and ethical issues relating to the supervision they offer. These sessions are offered via Zoom.
Group Supervision of Supervision sessions will be shortly advertised on the website. A commitment to group sessions must be made for the 6 sessions and are conducted in groups of 4. For further information please contact us below.
Fees are guided by the National Schedule of recommended rates of the Australian Psychological Society. You can email to discuss any changes to the fee schedule.
Supervision sessions are typically 60 – 90 minutes long for individual sessions and 2 hours for group sessions. Fees are payable at the time of service. A cancellation policy applies.
All registered psychologists are required to abide by guidelines of ethical conduct as set by AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) . Members of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), a governing body for professional psychologists, are required to comply with the APS Code of ethical conduct