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Resources for Provisional Psychologists

Individual Supervision

We now offer individual supervision on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Limited spots available. To organise an initial chat with Greg, email us here.

Greg is a clinical psychologist who has been practicing in the eastern Melbourne region for over 20 years.

Presentations:

Greg works with clients across most age groups, from primary school children to older adults. He works in most areas of mental health including Anxiety, OCD, Depression and other mood disorders, grief, behavioural issues, stress management, relationship issues, and chronic illness. In particular he specialises in working with people who experience chronic or persistent pain. He is also a co-cordinator of the MHPN psycho-oncology group and member of the Eastern Health opiate reduction in older persons steering committee

Interventions & Background:

Greg has experience with numerous interventions including CBT, ACT, Clinical hypnosis, Schema therapy, Emotion focused therapy, Solution focused therapy, trauma focused-CBT among others. He has been a clinical supervisor for over 7 years and currently supervises provisional psychologists undertaking the 4+2 and 5+1 programs as well as clinical psychology masters and registrar program. He has also supervised Masters of Counselling students and qualified counselors on staff.

Approach to Supervision:

Greg likes to take a practical approach to supervision – problem solving and skill development are key goals. Self-reflection and theoretical perspectives are also important. All of these form part of the core competencies required by the Psychology Board of Australia.

Peer and Group Supervision

The PsyBA has recognised group supervision as an appropriate tool for provisional psychologists. 

Once a psychologist has completed their formal supervised training, they are still required to engage in discussion about issues arising in their practice with a colleague as part of their ongoing continuing professional development (CPD) for ten of the 30 hours per year.

This is called peer consultation and has a less hierarchical relationship than that of supervision. The psychologist who is being consulted, can count these hours towards CPD.

The Mindful Hub offers peer consultation, group supervision (for current 4+2 and 5+1 students) and simulated role play sessions (for current 4+2 and 5+1 students) via zoom. 

To be part of any of our upcoming peer or group sessions you can contact us below or subscribe for updates.

Workshops

2021 workshops for Provisional Psychologists are coming soon.

Questions? Get in touch!