Applecross Community Psychologists

Psychology Professional Supervision

Aresolution is dedicated to nurturing the growth and professional development of psychologists through insightful and supportive supervision.

Our team of experienced and licensed supervisors is committed to providing a conducive environment for psychologists to enhance their skills, seek advice, gain confidence, and navigate the complexities of their profession.

We provide a variety of psychology supervision options tailored for  practitioners, and practice owners. Supervision can be provided onsite or via phone. 

Reflective Practice Supervision

Reflective Practice Supervision in psychology is a structured and ongoing process that enhances therapists’ professional development. In regular sessions, therapists engage in self-reflection, discussing their experiences, challenges, and cases with a qualified supervisor. The process includes exploring personal and professional integration, receiving constructive feedback, and setting development goals. The aim is to continuously improve therapeutic skills, increase self-awareness, and address ethical considerations. Reflective practice supervision fosters a culture of continuous learning and provides therapists with a safe and confidential space to refine their abilities throughout their careers. Areas of reflective practice supervision include: 

Self-Reflection

Therapists use these sessions for deep self-reflection, examining their thoughts, feelings, and reactions in various therapeutic situations. This includes exploring their strengths, areas for improvement, and emotional responses to clients.

Case Discussion

A significant part of the process involves discussing specific cases. Therapists present cases they are currently working on or have encountered, delving into the nuances of each case to gain insights into different therapeutic approaches and potential challenges.

Feedback and Guidance

The supervisor provides constructive feedback, guidance, and support. This may include exploring alternative interventions, considering different theoretical perspectives, and addressing any ethical or professional dilemmas.

Integration of Theory and Practice

Reflective practice supervision encourages therapists to integrate theoretical knowledge with practical experience. This helps therapists develop a more nuanced and flexible approach to their work.

Promoting Ethical Practice

Discussions often touch upon ethical considerations in therapy. Supervisors guide therapists in navigating ethical challenges, ensuring that therapeutic interventions align with professional standards.

  • Individual Supervision: 1 hr
  • Group Supervision: 2 hrs

Addressing Legal Inquiries Regarding a Specific Client

This client consultation is focused on responding to legal necessities, which may include complying with a subpoena, preparing for a potential court appearance, or addressing an official complaint lodged by a particular client.

  • Individual Supervision: 1 hr
  • Attendance with practice manager/clinical team lead: 1.5hrs

Area of Practice Endorsement  Clinical Psychology Registrar Program 

Individuals enrolled in the Clinical Psychology Registrar Program are typically registered psychologists under AHPRA, allowing them to engage in various roles within the field, including private practice. Those interested in pursuing the registrar program must submit an application to AHPRA for program approval.

The specific requirements vary based on the postgraduate degree completed. Regardless of the degree, the registrar program assumes full-time engagement, equivalent to 35 hours per week over 44 weeks annually. Once approved, registrars have a maximum of 5 years to fulfill the program requirements. Face-to-face client contact is a mandatory minimum of 176 hours per year.

Complete details on the requirements of the registrar program can be found here

Please get in touch if you would like to discuss arrangements for supervision ].

Megan Moosa
Senior Psychologist and Clinical Team Lead

Megan is a senior psychologist and Aresolution clinical team lead. In addition to general competency for therapy supervision she has significant experience working with young people, schools and education, EMDR, trauma, vocational rehabilitation and injury management

Therapies and Training areas of Passion

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitization Therapy (EMDR)
  • Psycho dynamic approach/ Attachment 

Client Presenting Issues Megan Excels in (in addition to depression/anxiety)

  • Anxiety/Stress
  • Children (10 plus)
  • Trauma/PTSD
  • Workplace injury/ Injury Management
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Educational Assessments 

Supervision rate: $245/hr

Tasha Ouschan
Senior Psychologist and Supervisor

Tasha has over 6 years experience supervising early career clinicians and students, with 4 years of formal experience in clinical leadership, education and consultancy roles across youth focused government and non-government organisations. Tasha recently completed Accredited Supervisor Training and is now recognized as an AHPRA-accredited supervisor for Provisional Psychologists, underscoring her commitment to advancing and supporting the professional development of those under her supervision. Tasha has practiced as a psychologist within the education system and has an in-depth understanding of the application of psychological skills in different areas of practice, including counselling, assessment and behaviour support. Tasha has practiced in rural and remote communities in Western Australia, she understands the complexities of presenting concerns in these regions and takes an interest in working with early career psychologists to be creative and flexible when providing best practice interventions, always considering the engagement and needs of the client. 

Therapies and Training areas of passion

  • Emotion Focused Therapy
  • Schema Therapy
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy 
  • Youth mental health
  • Suicide prevention
  • Functional Behaviour Assessments 
  • Trauma informed practice 

Client Presenting Issues Tasha Excels in (in addition to depression/anxiety)

  • Interpersonal relationship difficulties 
  • Trauma 
  • Emotional dysregulation 
  • Parenting challenges 
  • Self-growth and improvement 
  • Children and Youth school and developmental challenges 
  • Educational Assessments

Supervision rate: $245/hr

Dr Keren Geddes
Senior Clinical Psychologist and Supervisor

Keren has over 20 years experience as a clinical psychologist and is a very warm and experienced member of the Aresolution team. Keren holds her doctor in philosophy and masters in clinical psychology. She has been employed as a Senior Clinical Psychologist at Royal Perth Hospital and CAMHS. 

Therapies and Training areas of Passion

  • Circle of security
  • 2 years at William Street Family Therapy Centre
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
  • Attachment and developmental focused therapy

Client Presenting Issues Keren excels in 

  • Children age 0 to 18
  • Parents
  • Perinatal and infant mental health
  • Borderline Personality Disorder

Supervision rate: $260/hr

Where are you located?

A resolution Applecross has been proudly helping the people of Perth for over 10 years. Set in the heart of Applecross Community Village (Private entry on the first floor via stairs). We are conveniently located just off the Kwinana Fwy. Nearby suburbs include South Perth, Como, Booragoon, Victoria Park, Mount Pleasant, Rossmoyne, Fremantle, Willeton and more.

Aresolution Community Partners

Our couch, Your private space

Our private and warmly appointed rooms provide the perfect space for you to begin your journey of self-development. We are located near Applecross Village with a private rear entry, upstairs at the back of the building. You can also book Online Therapy sessions.

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To Book your Appointment Phone Today 08 6117 8019