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Professional Supervision + Team Coaching

Today’s workplaces are complex with dynamic systems, processes and a diversity of needs. The professional supervision and team coaching services available at Scope Clinical and Educational Services allow you and your team to develop workplace wisdom. Workplaces thrive by continually learning and deepening knowledge, reflecting on practice and maintaining direction.

Professional Supervision

Professional supervision supports wellbeing, reduces burnout and allows for reflection in a safe confidential environment. This essential service empowers all professionals to learn, question and grow, and instills confidence through ensuring ethical practice.

Team Coaching

Team coaching reduces team politics and promotes cohesion and performance. We assess team dynamics, strengths and areas of opportunities, develop and implement evidence-based strategies to enhance performance, and review effectiveness. 

Staff Wellbeing Surveys

Staff wellbeing surveys are an efficient solution to understand the wellbeing and mental health of your staff. We’ve developed evidence-based surveys to inform a comprehensive report and recommendations tailored to your industry and workplace.

Professional Supervision

Professional supervision is a valuable process to help professionals reflect on their practice in a safe confidential environment, identify areas of strength and opportunities for further development, as well as engage with solution-focused problem solving.

Professional supervision is often required for professionals working in challenging and demanding roles. Through the supervision, debriefing and support service, individuals or teams can engage in a genuine strategy for professional growth as well as learn new strategies and skills to support and enhance their own self care.

Kathryn is qualified and experienced in providing professional supervision (also known as coaching). She is passionate about working collaboratively with people to reach their full potential. Kathryn is open and transparent with feedback, providing this in a gentle way and empowering professionals to learn, question and grow.

Kathryn establishes a positive working alliance using a professional supervision framework. This format allows for: 

  1. Reflection and discussion in a relaxed conversation based format
  2.  Safety and trust for personal and professional growth
  3. Collaborative review of ethical and legal issues, boundaries, relationships and systems
  4. Flexible structure that can work with individuals or groups.

Kathryn is an experienced provider of supervision across a range of industries, including health, psychology, education and business. She is also able to offer a specialised form of professional supervision, known as clinical (or peer) supervision, for psychologists and other mental health professionals seeking to meet continuing professional development requirements. She is a Psychology Board of Australia (AHPRA) Approved Supervisor for the Registrar Program in Educational and Developmental Psychology.

Individual Supervision
Structure

The focus is on the individual.

  • Duration of 1 to 2 hours approximately every 4 weeks depending on need.
  • Available online through Zoom or other. 
  • Available via phone.
  • Available face to face at the Scope location or in the workplace.
Format
  • Co-created agenda to facilitate the focus of the session.
  • Reflection and discussion in a relaxed conversation based format.
  • Themes may include ethical issues, boundaries, legal Issues, mandated reporting, cultural competence, workplace relationships, work related stressors, understanding problems in context, assessment frameworks, therapeutic considerations, career aspirations, developing confidence, self care.
Group Supervision
Structure

Occurs in a group setting for 3 to 6 participants additional to professional supervisor. Larger groups upon request.

  • Duration of 2 hours approximately every 4 weeks depending on need. 
  • Available online through Zoom or other. 
  • Available via teleconference.
  • Available face to face at the Scope location or in the workplace. 
Format
  • Co-created agenda to facilitate the focus of the supervision session.
  • Facilitated by supervisor ensuring that attention is paid to the group process as well as the content individuals bring keeping an eye to trust and empathy.
  • Provides the opportunity to learn from others, experience mutual support, hear a diversity of perspectives, share skills, expertise, experience and knowledge, solve complex problems, plan work priorities, increase interpersonal competencies and make decisions. 
  • Aims to improve the skills and capability of both individuals and the group to achieve better outcomes through collaborative learning.

All supervision services are provided by our Director and psychologist, Kathryn Bekavac. Kathryn is an experienced provider of supervision across a range of industries, including health, psychology, education and business. She is also able to offer a specialised form of professional supervision, known as clinical (or peer) supervision, for psychologists and other mental health professionals seeking to meet continuing professional development requirements. She is a Psychology Board of Australia (AHPRA) Approved Supervisor for the Registrar Program in Educational and Developmental Psychology. She’s also:

  • Educational and Developmental Psychologist at Scope Clinical and Educational Services
  • Experienced in strategic leadership in the education sector
  • Experienced in private practice psychology
  • Supervisor, therapist, researcher, trainer
  • Accredited supervisor with AHPRA
  • PhD candidate at University of Queensland 

Team Coaching

Team coaching is delivered in a structured meeting format with a set agenda that is distributed prior to the meeting to encourage contribution from each team member. Finding it hard to manage workplace politics? Coaching is designed to inspire and innovate, build team cohesion and foster problem solving through a focused and skilfully mediated interaction. Coaching requires a minimum of three meetings to (1) assess, (2) develop strategy and (3) review.

Staff Wellbeing Surveys

Recent research has highlighted the benefits of promoting staff wellbeing which includes a positive impact on team culture, engagement and productivity. Wellbeing surveys are an effective method for measuring, monitoring and improving the wellbeing and engagement of all staff. To check that your workplace or team is adapting to changing contexts and needs, now is a good time to collect baseline information.The primary purpose of the online survey is to measure the well-being and engagement of staff for one or more of the following reasons:

  • To gather baseline data about the staff group as a whole
  • To understand staff needs and identify areas to improve wellbeing within the workplace
  • To invest in staff and demonstrate care for their wellbeing
  • To monitor the wellbeing of staff during times of change
  • To inform the planning of activities to foster a supportive and engaging staff culture

Our psychologist share your personalised survey link and communication strategy ensuring complete confidentiality for staff to complete within a dedicated time frame. After the close of the survey, our psychologist will collate and interpret the results into a comprehensive report with identified strengths, areas for improvement and practical recommendations tailored to your industry and workplace.

Reach Out

24 Oxford Street
Bulimba
QLD 4171
P: (07) 3162 8448
F: (07) 3161 9138

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