Reflect on the personal impacts of your work and improve your practice.
Develop new knowledge and skills to enable you to be more effective in your role.
As health professionals we are expected to be able to give our best all of the time. This can put enormous pressure on us to put to one side difficulties we're experiencing in our own lives and the emotional responses we have to our work with patients and family members. And, leaves little space for us to navigate challenging relationships with colleagues or organisational politics.
Clinical supervision sessions are an opportunity to take some time away from your busy day to day routines to reflect on the work that you're engaged in. A process of structured reflection will support you to explore the personal impacts of your work and identify strategies to manage these as well as possible. Supervision session will also help you to find opportunities to improve your practice, find ways to manage relationships with colleagues and organisations, and ensure you are actively learning from the challenges you face.
Since 2007 I have provided clinical supervision to:
Please feel welcome to contact me on 0448 245 979 if you have any questions.
Appointments are available in Crows Nest at 81 Alexander St. Or, online via Zoom or Skype.
60 minute session
Over the last 10 years I have specialised in delivering training and workshops to health professionals and the general public on the impacts of grief and loss, the challenges of living with cancer and working therapeutically with bereaved family members. I am passionate about sharing the wisdom I have gained from working with hundreds of people facing the impacts of serious illness and bereavement to help health professionals develop their ability to better support this population.
If you would like to book grief workshops or training for your team please contact me on 0448 245 979.
The support groups, professional memberships and organisations I have provided workshops and presentations for include:
"Nathan MacArthur does not disappoint. I have not attended a better presentation on this challenging subject matter in the last twenty years. His presentation style is open and engaging. His depth of knowledge in this field, borne of experience and study, is vast. Nathan delivers his narrative in a manner that is reflective, encouraging, considered and accessible. He is able to create genuine moments of poignancy whilst maintaining relevance to the clinical environment. My head and heart were fully committed. A valuable experience."
Deputy Head of Social Work
RNSH Sydney NSW
Do you work with people experiencing grief following a bereavement?
Do you want to learn strategies and skills so that you can confidently support someone who is grieving?
In this live webinar I'm partnering with another specialist grief counsellor, Wendy Liu from The Session, to answer your questions. Between us, we have over 30 years of experience in grief and bereavement counselling. We'll share with you some of the knowledge and skills we find most effective in our work with patients and clients.
In this session we discuss:
There is also a live question and answer session.
This session is suitable for counsellors, social workers, death doulas, nurses, doctors, chaplains, volunteers, mental health and allied health professionals who want to build their confidence in understanding and responding to people experiencing grief following a bereavement. Copies of the slides, a reference list and attendance certificates will be provided.
People who attended previous sessions said:
“You are both very knowledgeable and generous in sharing your knowledge, skills and experience”
“Concepts were explained very clearly. Your case examples were very interesting. The structure of the session flowed well. I learnt a lot.”
“The scope of content was excellent.”
“I liked that the explanations of theoretical models and common responses to grief were easy-to-understand”
Suite 2, 81 Alexander Street, Crows Nest New South Wales 2065, Australia
Do you have questions about grief?
Are you wondering if what you're thinking or feeling is normal?
Are you concerned about how best to support someone else who is grieving?
Our FREE webinar, 'An Introductory Guide to Grief', provides information about the many impacts of grief and offers strategies to help you cope.