• Jane Wexler - Leadership Development

Professional Supervision

For human services managers, clinicians and practitioners (individuals and groups) - in person, by phone and video - conference

For you to reach your full potential, you need a supervision relationship that both contains the experiences and challenges you bring to supervision, and gives you the capacity to transform them. Whether working with individuals or groups we achieve this in two ways, by placing relationship and trust at the heart of supervision, and by using powerful frameworks that we know work.


“Jane has been my external supervisor for the past six years when I have been working in educative environments, and as a private practitioner. She has provided me with direction in my clinical practice, resulting in the development of my knowledge, professional skills and value base. She is a competent and ethical supervisor who helps me with decision-making around complex ethics/legal issues and critical incidents, to reflect on case interventions, and to plan for the future.  I have been extremely satisfied with her supervision and highly recommend her to others. She is a warm and caring professional who I value immensely, and she is always just a phone call away”.

- Linda Kennedy, Counsellor, Psychrespect, Melbourne

Our approach


“Jane was our team’s external supervisor for more than five years. We appreciated the way in which she responded to our needs, whether reflection on practice, considering new developments, challenging and expanding our theoretical perspectives, or assisting us to work out our own team issues. We also enjoyed her support when working through our team philosophy and values. She draws on extensive practical experience, and is always professional in her manner. She is very client centered, and offers practical guidance and useful insight to the team”.

- City of Melton, Melbourne

Areas of focus include:

  • Career development
  • Challenges within teams
  • Collaboration with others
  • Counseling and case management
  • Cultural tensions
  • Difficult communications
  • Emotional and spiritual intelligence
  • Ethical dilemmas
  • Leadership development
  • Leading teams
  • Managing complexity and change
  • Mindfulness practice
  • Performance management
  • Practitioner isolation
  • Strengthening self care
  • Stress
  • Tensions between manager and supervisor roles
  • Work place culture
  • Work/life balance
  • Workload pressure