Personal Reflections on Clinical Supervision

A Personal Reflection on Clinical Supervision – by Barb Bowler Over thirty years ago I started my clinical supervision journey. I was allocated my first clinical supervisor, a woman far above me in the pecking order in the hospital where I worked. I found her...

The Tragedy of Male Depression and Suicide

Fathers, Sons, Brothers and Lovers – The Tragedy of Male Depression and Suicide Historically depression has been viewed as a women’s health issue. We now know however that males are equally susceptible to depression, but that the presentation of depression in...

Gerry Mullan

Gerry is currently employed in an educational role in a large public mental health service. He commenced this role in October 2013. In the previous 10 years Gerry was the Nursing Clinical Supervision Coordinator for the same organisation. During that time he developed...

Kylie Garrick

Kylie Garrick completed her Psychology training in 1996. She is a registered Psychologist who has worked in a range of clinical areas including mental health; domestic violence; sexual abuse and physical neglect, supporting both adults and children. For the last 10...

Gerry Bloe

Gerry Bloe completed General and Mental Health nursing courses in Scotland in the 1980s and headed a busy Accident and Emergency department before emigrating to Australia in 1995.  He has since gained extensive experiencing managing groups of people with one of the...