Supervision – Leadership – Consulting
Supervision Leadership Consulting
So you’ve finally decided you want to get your mental health accreditation but it is so much harder than you thought it would be.
I can help you find your way through the confusion and get your application submitted without all the worry and stress.
Have as many or as few session as you need to get through this process without wanting to give up.
Whether you’re newly qualified or experienced in your role, supervision is a key part of self-care.
De-briefing, reflection, and case consultation are just some of the things that supervision covers so that you can continue to meet the needs of your role and your clients, as well as meeting your own needs.
Career Planning for Social Work Students and New Graduates
You’ve finally qualified or you’re so close you can almost touch the finish line! Now what?
Career planning with me will help you work out what you really want to do and what to focus on to reach your goals. Offered one to one with the option of joining in group sessions, you’ll learn how to break down your goals into bite-sized pieces and achieve all the things you thought about when you first started out.
What my clients say…
“This course is everything I needed to learn about leadership, covering topics that the average corporate training course does not even begin to address. It’s changed my perspective on who I am as a leader and where I need to develop, and given me so much to reflect on and learn from. I know I will be working on implementing these lessons for a long time to come! I have so much gratitude for Ashton and the energy and experience she brings to the sessions. I highly recommend this course to anyone wanting to be a more authentic leader and looking for the skills to support both your team and yourself”.
“I am a caseworker with an NGO and support women and children who are in crisis. I receive supervision from Ashton on a regular basis and find this work invaluable for a number of reasons: 1) supervision with Ashton gives me a safe space to interrogate my casework practices; 2) I am accountable to my clients, my organisation, Ashton and myself; 3) Ashton’s approach is one informed by evidence, experience and education and an open heartedness – I feel safe to reveal what’s on y mind and I always walk away with a renewed viewpoint on my case management practices. I would recommend Ashton to anyone seeking supervision and/or counselling”.
“I value the guidance I have received from Ashton over the past couple of years in her role as my clinical supervisor and mentor. Ashton has strong clinical supervision skills and demonstrates clear boundary-setting. She has walked with me along a path of many complex case management and professional situations. Ashton continues to encourage me to grow and develop my skills in my role as a domestic violence specialist worker. I highly recommend Ashton – as the time spent with her is of great benefit to both the worker and the clients”.