Group Supervision

​As an experienced Group Supervisor, my aim is to give you a space over three hours, to do your own process and to bring a case, or listen to other therapist’s cases, to enhance your own practice.

Group supervision is facilitated by a designated supervisor who simultaneously provides supervision and facilitates the group supervision process. Group supervision can be comprised of two to six therapists.

My Aim

​As an experienced Group Supervisor, my aim is to give you a space over three hours, to do your own process and to bring a case, or listen to other therapist’s cases, to enhance your own practice.

As therapists, we are faced with holding space for clients with trauma, PTSD, complex trauma and complex PTSD. This is not easy and definitely not sustainable without connecting to ourselves and connecting with other’s who understand and can grapple alongside us with the complexities of our cases.

As an attachment focused therapist, I know just how important it is to be given the space to fully connect within, whilst another is holding a safe space for us, AND, to connect with others who have the willingness to see, hear and hold us. This ability to both look inward and to express outward openly with trust and safety is a hallmark of secure functioning and what I aim to provide in each group supervision session.

Attendance at a series of sessions, will not only deepen and expand your practice, it will grow the foundations of a caring therapeutic community of like minded practitioners around you. It will build the very thing that prevents burnout in an area that I know you are passionate about.

Time:

Saturday from 1.00 – 4.00pm (3 hours)

2020/21 Dates:

21 November
12 December
16 January

Venue:

Safe Haven Studio
111 Stuart Street
Mullumbimby, Northern NSW

Investment:

$100 per session
$250 for 3 sessions (9 hours)

Maximum: 6 people per group

Registration

Please contact Monique to register your interest and find out about payment options.

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    Meet your Supervisor

    Monique Pangari
    M Ed (SGC); M Ed (BM); B Ed/B Arts (Psych); Adv Dip ET; Cert IV TAA; COS-P; EFT-C; SEP; DARe; PMACA
    Monique is a mother of two, a trained School Teacher, a certified Trainer and an accredited and experienced Somatic Psychotherapist.  She has experience working and living in an Aboriginal community as a classroom Teacher, with children at-risk in schools as a Behaviour Support Advisory Teacher, with children and families affected by abuse as a Child Protection Child & Family Therapist, as a specialist Counsellor in the Royal Commission into Institutional Child Sexual Abuse, as a Counsellor with families experiencing Separation & Divorce, as a Clinical Consultant to schools as a Suicide Postvention Specialist and currently as a Post Adoption Counsellor.  She sees adults and children in private practice and is a Trainer and Supervisor of counselling professionals.
    Monique has undergraduate training in Education and Psychology and holds two Masters Degrees majoring in Behaviour Management and Guidance & Counselling.  She is a Professional Member of the Australian Counselling Association (ACA) and has post-graduate qualifications in Somatic Experiencing, Dynamic Attachment Repatterning Experience (DARe), Emotion Focused Therapy for Couples, Circle of Security Parenting and Circle of Security Core Sensitivities, Family Constellations, Voice Dialogue, Expressive Therapies and Sandplay Therapy. Find out more

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    Endorsed By

    Dearest Monique,
    I’ve been thinking of you sitting with me all those times of sharing my grief and felt so deeply grateful for who you have been for me, and for SO MANY. Your work is so incredibly important.

    Recently I felt you near me with your beautiful presence and I visualised you picking up all the broken pieces of a blue clay bowl that represented me and my shattered bits. You were on the floor with me picking up each piece, gently and respectfully saying that you were here to gather the pieces and put them back into my hands to put together again.
    It was a powerful vision and I wanted to share it with you. That’s the impact you have. Your therapeutic presence remains embodied in me years after the Expressive Therapies training and the times spent since. You are the benevolent presence all of us wounded birds need. I hope you can feel all my love and gratitude right now.Thank you.

    Dear Monique, I wanted to let you know what a difference you made in my life. Your professionalism, warmth, genuine concern and knowledge provided a safe space for me to learn, understand and grow. It truly was a life changing journey. I am now stronger, happier and more independent in my relationship than ever before. Thank you.
    Monique is absolutely lovely & wonderful!  She has such a great mix of personal, accessible energy along with depth and breadth of experience, as well as the ability to convey theoretical concepts clearly.
    Counsellor, Brisbane

    Monique’s ability to hold a safe, nurturing space in which to learn and heal was paramount to the emotional, relational and intellectual depth I was able to go to in the training.

    Psychologist, Gold Coast

    You are so awesome! You have no idea just how much you and your work has done for me.

    I so appreciate you for all that you do.

    Psychologist, Brisbane

    You’re an angel!  Your gift is so profound!  Thank you for sharing your gift of love.

    Counsellor, Brisbane

    Monique was excellent! She has a great knowledge of both Trauma and Sandplay. Her sensitivity and skill as a therapist came into play allowing greater focus on the experiential aspect of learning the content and tools

    Counsellor, Mullumbimby

    Monique is absolutely lovely & wonderful! She has such a great mix of personal, accessible energy along with depth and breadth of experience, as well as the ability to convey theoretical concepts clearly.

    Counsellor, Brisbane

    Monique’s ability to hold a safe, nurturing space in which to learn and heal was paramount to the emotional, relational and intellectual depth I was able to go to in the training.

    Psychologist, Gold Coast