I facilitate therapeutic conversations that develop self-awareness, by holding space for you to reflect, feel valued, and unpack your problem, situation, thoughts and feelings. I enquire about the past, present and future to open up space for difference, create movement and instill hope. This inquiry challenges psychological rigidity and inspires psychological flexibility. With the aim to strengthen self-awareness and a sense of agency, and the goal to understand what is important, what you accord value to and what connects you to self and others.
I work with you to unpack problems, reclaim value and acknowledge the effects, and symptoms of:
Joanne Meldrum is a Counsellor, External Supervisor and Registered Psychiatric Nurse currently working for Counselling and Health Partners and Auckland District Health Board.
Joanne’s informs her confidential therapeutic work on the fundamental values of empathy, non-judgement and respect for self and others, and the principles of safety and ethics.
Joanne facilitates conversations that hold space for reflection and vulnerability, through consciously using emotional intelligence. Joanne does this through focusing on what is important and the developmental models of therapeutic change.
I offer supervision to Counsellors, Nurses and other professionals based on a reflective learning model. Highlighting the functions of supervision, such as, restorative – promoting self-awareness, and well-being, formative – learning and development of therapeutic modalities and ideologies, normative – promoting professional and ethical conduct.
Supervision is a critical time of in-depth reflections to be had, focusing on the development of ethical practices and creating opportunities to reflect on personal and professional developments, ultimately enhancing job satisfaction.