Join experienced Registered Music Therapist and supervisor Natalie Jack on a journey through the ups and downs of life as a professional music therapist. Using an engaging clinical story, this presentation will help you learn about how clinical professional supervision can reduce stress, contribute to your longevity in the field and help make you the best practitioner you can be. This presentation will cover the basics of how to find, choose, pay for and utilise supervision to achieve your professional goals, through to advanced ideas on how the supervisory relationship can support you through times of professional crisis.
Participants will have the opportunity to:
- learn about the basics of supervision and why it is important
- consider their own self-care and learning needs as professionals
- reflect on how they are supported in their careers and how they may support others
About the Presenter:
Natalie is an Australian Registered Music Therapist working clinically in forensic mental health. She is passionate about ethics in practice, supervision and professional service. She is the owner of Music Therapy Bento, a small business providing clinical professional supervision services to music therapists and all health and helping professionals.