Online Group Supervision

Dr Jane Martin has taken her popular Sydney supervision group online!

Enabling people to attend from all over the world, and saving Sydney folk a bunch of travel time, this regular supervision group offers great opportunities for learning, case crystallisation and supervision for practitioners and informal Process Work students, and competency preparation and assessment for formal Process Work students.

All are welcome to participate.  You don’t need to understand Process Work theory or have experience with the modality as a prerequisite.  Counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, social workers and practitioners with a variety of different training regularly attend.

The group is for anyone interested in deepening their skill set. It is also for those wishing to learn about process work and developing their competency for a range of applications. It’s a dynamic, safe and creative way to expand your skills and learn Process Oriented Psychology whilst working on personal, family, organisational or other group and world issues.

The group consists of people with lots of different life experiences and professional affiliations. Participant’s backgrounds to date include health and healing practitioners, psychologists, social workers, psychologists in training, therapists from different modalities, a theatre company director, youth workers, environment workers, gay and lesbian rights activists, and organisational and leadership development practitioners.

The group welcomes all-comers and is great at including new members in a friendly atmosphere.  Jane is attentive to participant’s specific learning goals and facilitates members’ participation at their chosen level.

If you are interested in attending this supervision group please contact us to find out more and to be included in the mailing list.

The session fee is $120 waged, $95 concession to be paid prior to each session via direct deposit. The sessions for the second half of 2020 are:

18th July

22nd August

26th September

24th October

21st November


For more details, contact the program organiser Helen Star via