Clinical Supervision

Case Presentation Form

Case Review Questions

End of year Clinical Supervision Evaluation

Reflective Supervision Guiding Questions

Enhancing Reflexivity in Supervision: Cognitions, Emotions and Behaviour worksheet

Self Supervision Handout

Supervision Agreement Template

Supervision Session Evaluation

Supervisor Readiness and Awareness Scale

Clinical Supervision Flow Chart

Supervisee Expectations on Group Supervision Processes

Review Topics for Case Discussion in Supervision

'Red Lights' in Clinical Practice

Reflective Practice Flowchart

Reflective Practice In-On- and For- Action

Neuropsychology Supervision Matrix

Trauma Informed Supervision Guidelines

Family therapy

Common pitfalls working with families 

Pre Family Therapy Plan

Cross Cultural

Cross cultural family assessment interview Template and genogram

Conference and Workshop Presentations 

Advances in Clinical Supervision Conference 2013 - Effective Clinical Supervision

APS Clinical College Presentation 2015


Autumn 2018: Reviewing Supervision of Supervision

Summer 2017:  Top Tips for Supervision

Spring 2017:  Substance Use Disorders and Clinical Supervision

Winter 2017: Do No Harm

Summer 2016: Culturally Competent Supervision

Spring 2016: Recovery Oriented Supervision

Winter 2016: Techniques and Methods in Supervision

Autumn 2016: Group Supervision

Summer 2015: Creativity in Supervision

Spring 2015: Systems Thinking and Supervision

Winter 2015: Ethical Issues in Supervision

Autumn 2015: Family of Origin and Supervison

Spring 2014: Trauma Informed Supervision

Winter 2014: Setting up Supervision

Summer 2014: Themes of Supervision Training 


(Creative engagement in therapy: expanding the lens in systemaic family therapy webinar. Recording begins at 5.23mins)


Senediak, C., & Spence, S. 1985. Rapid versus Gradual Scheduling of Therapeutic Contact in a Family Based Behavioural Weight Control Programme for Children, Behavioural Psychotherapy, 13, 265 – 287.

Senediak, C. 2000. Clinical Supervision in transcultural mental health, Transcultural Mental Health Centre Occasional Paper 1, 1 – 4.

Senediak, C., & Bowden, M. 2007. Clinical Supervision in Advanced Training in child and adolescent psychiatry: a reflective practice model, Australasian Psychiatry, 15, 276 – 280.

Senediak, C., 2008. Competent cross cultural family assessment: a framework for clinicians, Context, 36 – 38

Senediak, C., 2010. Considering the family in substance misuse treatment, Context, 35 – 38

Senediak, C., 2012. Working with multi-problem high-stressed families and young people with serious behavioural problems, 44 – 48

Senediak, C., 2013. A reflective practice model of clinical supervision. Conference paper presentation: Advances in Clinical Supervision Conference, 55-62

Senediak, C., 2014. Integrating Reflective Practice in Family Therapy Supervision, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 34, 338-351

Senediak, C. 2015. Practical guidelines for Integrating Reflective Practice in Clinical Supervision for Psychologists, Australian Clinical Psychologist, 1, 3, 24 – 31

Behaviour Change

Gates, N., & Senediak, C. (2016). Neuropsychology supervision: Incorporating Reflective Practice, Australian Psychologist, doi: 10.1111/ap.12242

Kayrouz, R., Senediak,. C., & Laube, R. (2017). Building a bridge: A case report on communicating mental –health diagnoses to patients of a culturally and linguistically diverse background, Australasian Psychiatry, 25, 5.