Counsellor, Supervisor (MNZAC) and Registered Mental Health Nurse (NZRN)
(BNurs (2001), PGDipCouns (2012))
Joanne facilitates confidential therapeutic conversations that open up space to reflect and explore what is important, accord value to and make meaning of your emotional experiences, through understanding how problems effect the relationships with yourself and others.
The knowledge that Joanne has developed over the past 20 years, has led to an understanding that when your core needs/values are compromised, this can cause conflict. Joanne works with people to improve their relationship with themselves to understand, acknowledge and notice maladapative patterns, that no longer serve you.
Joanne's approach to problem solving is holistic and pragmatic. Simplistic and grounded in supporting you to find clarity, your authentic truth and a wealth of well being.
Joanne offers Professional Supervision to Counsellors, Nurses, Students and other Professions. The supervision model that Joanne offers is based on a Reflective Learning Model. Supervision is an important reflections on the development of ethical and safety practices both personally and professionally, which ultimately enhances job satisfaction.
The three main functions of Supervision
1. Restoration - promote self awareness and well-being
2. Formative - learn therapeutic developmental modalities and ideologies
3. Normative - promote safe professional and ethical practice with clients