I am seeking warm, supportive, professional, self-motivated psychologists, who are life-long learners, and have a sense of humour or at least can hold themselves lightly. I am
keen to join with psychologists who will commit to regular peer supervision and share resources.
The specific therapeutic orientation of our psychologists is not important, although it is essential that psychologists are trained in evidence-based therapies and practice. I prefer third-wave CBT (e.g. ACT) and
use EMDR and draw from Internal Family Systems for deeper work.
In order to
achieve the kind of collaborative atmosphere, I see the key characteristics of a therapist's orientation is flexibility, openness to new experience and research findings
and the ability to discuss and learn in their field by understanding the processes that underscore change.
I am open to talking to newly registered psychologists and those moving towards clinical or counselling endorsements. I am a board-endorsed supervisor so
would be happy to discuss supervision arrangements, although I would prefer to be a secondary supervisor if the psychologist is renting rooms due to possible issues with dual relationships.