Nigel, 30, was a health professional. A patient at the hospital where Nigel worked lodged a complaint about him to the hospital and to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) when she was unhappy with her treatment. AHPRA and the hospital reviewed Nigel’s practice in relation to the patient and decided Nigel needed to work on certain breeches of the patient’s trust. Read more
Shona Innes is an AHPRA Psychology Board approved Supervisor providing peer supervision for provisional psychologists, clinical and forensic registrars and Masters and Doctoral students in forensic and clinical psychology as well as private psychologists, case managers and social welfare workers.
This involves supporting them through the multitude of professional issues that can present in any caseload. This may include providing advice about additional knowledge that could assist around theory assessment and interventions and providing a space for reflection on ethical concerns, balancing competing demands, professional workplace issues and personnel issues.
Shona provides a range of supervision and peer consultation services for psychologist and others working in human services. Services range from formal supervision towards AHPRA registration, support during investigations into disciplinary matters or breeches of code of conduct, as well as ongoing peer consultations for case by case practice and professional growth.
Shona Innes can help you to:
Supervision of provisional Psychologists includes:
Note: Peer supervision services may be delivered via Skype or teleconference 1-on-1 or in groups of 2-4 persons.
Shona Innes also provides: