Cultural Supervision for Non-Aboriginal Workers
If you are not Aboriginal but are a clinician, practitioner, manager or policy advisor working specifically with Aboriginal people or communities, – you should really being getting cultural supervision.
How would you know your practise is culturally responsive or relevance without that? We highly recommend you consider this if you are not already doing so.
We offer clinical supervision to enhance your professional development, in a culturally reflexive way. This may be helpful to allied health professionals, trauma specialists, counsellors or those working with children, young people or adult survivors of complex and/or collective trauma.
Supervision is a collaborative and professional relationship
Supervision is a collaborative and professional relationship that is developed with trust and cultural safety. One of the central purposes of supervision is to support the supervisee to explore issues that may impact on them in their work. It is a safe place to talk and explore innovative ways of addressing complex matters. Through supporting the supervisee, supervision provided by Yamurrah may indirectly support clients that the supervisee provides a service to as well.
Supervision | Wellbeing Enquiry
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