Supervision

Select Cause Effect Psychologists provide face-to-face, phone, Skype / Zoom, and FaceTime supervision services for provisionally registered and fully registered psychologists to support ongoing skills development, development and maintenance of required competencies, and to enhance self-knowledge and awareness.

We provide three types of supervision, each with its own particular objective:

Peer supervision/consultation: For fully registered psychologists to maintain their CPD requirements for registration within each 12-month registration cycle. Kasia also provides peer supervision for mental health workers who require support in managing the personal and professional demands of their role.

Organisational / Educational & Developmental endorsement supervision: For fully registered psychologists with postgraduate qualifications in organisational or educational & developmental psychology. This service meets the supervision requirements for endorsement in organisational or educational & developmental psychology.

Pathways supervision: For provisionally registered psychologists to meet the prescriptive supervision requirements of 4+2 and 5+1 pathways towards registration as a psychologist.

Supervision fees

Supervision fees are determined by the type of supervision required (peer consultation, endorsement, or pathways), the duration of the supervision session, and whether supervision occurs within or outside usual clinic hours.

Duration: Supervision sessions are normally 60 minutes in duration, however sometimes 90 minute and even 120 min sessions are required to meet certain AHPRA and PsyBA standards within a specified time-frame.

Clinic hours: If supervision sessions can be arranged within the hours of 9am – 3pm on designated supervisor clinic days, supervision fees will be discounted by 15%. Availability outside of usual clinic hours will be set by the supervisor. Please note that face to face sessions may not be available after hours’ and online / phone supervision may be offered alternatively.

Goods and Services Tax (GST): Psychology services billed directly to clients and to certain organisations (e.g. NDIS), where the aim of the service is to improve health and wellbeing, are GST-free. Therapy services billed to third parties and supervision services billed to supervisees will attract GST.

Fees for supervision provided during usual clinic hours

Fees for face-to-face or any other mode of supervision which takes place during normal clinic hours is as follows:

  • Standard 60 min: Peer supervision $180 + GST ($150 + GST for psychology students), endorsement supervision $180 + GST, pathways supervision $180 + GST.
  • Extended 90 min: Peer supervision $210 + GST, endorsement supervision $245 + GST, pathways supervision $245 + GST.
  • Extended 120 min: Peer supervision $270 + GST, endorsement supervision $320 + GST, pathways supervision $320 + GST.

Fees for supervision provided outside of usual clinic hours

Fees for face-to-face or any other mode of supervision which takes place during normal clinic hours is as follows:

  • Standard 60 min: Peer supervision $190 + GST ($172.50 + GST for psychology students), endorsement supervision $195.50 + GST, pathways supervision $195.50 + GST.
  • Extended 90 min: Peer supervision $241.50 + GST, endorsement supervision $282 + GST, pathways supervision $282 + GST.
  • Extended 120 min: Peer supervision $310.50 + GST, endorsement supervision $368 + GST, pathways supervision $368 + GST.

If you have any questions about  supervision services, please Contact Us.

Payment terms and conditions for supervision services

Cause Effect Psychology offers supervision services on a fee-for-service basis. This arrangement includes the following terms and conditions:

  • Supervision fees are paid in full within 7 days of each supervision session.
  • Direct EFT (bank transfer) payments are preferred although we can also accept cash and credit card (Visa or MasterCard) payments.
  • Supervisees are provided with a payment receipt once the payment has been made. This receipt can be used for both taxation purposes and as proof of attendance.

Organisational psychologist Kasia Gordon is a Psychology Board of Australia approved primary and secondary supervisor for psychology interns, registrars, and higher degree students progressing through the following pathways:

– Organisational psychology area of practice registrar program
– 4 + 2 and 5 + 1 internship program
– Higher degree (Masters, PsyD, and PhD) student program

Kasia also provides supervision, reflective practice consultations, and mentorship to general and organisational psychologists who wish to meet and maintain their AHPRA registration.

Educational & Developmental psychologist Jodie Riemann is nearing the completion of her Supervisor Training and Accreditation Program (STAP) to provide professional supervision.

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