Professional external supervision services
Sup4the Soul’s kaupapa/mission is to incorporate where desired more spirit/wairu into the lives of professionals knowing that doing this brings more calm to not only our personal lives, but in turn, our practice and what we can provide to others.
Peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work, but to be in amongst those things and still remain calm in your heart.
Sup4theSoul exists to provide professional supervision for social workers and other professionals to:
Provide a safe haven for you to reflect on your professional practice
Bridge the gap between theory and practice
Bridge the cultural divide
Sup4theSoul takes a person-centred approach and provide wrap-around support to ultimately empower you.
Sup4theSoul takes a biopsychosocial approach to develop a holistic wellbeing framework to maximise your self-care and practice.
We encourage narrative to share and honour your journey in a safe place.
Sup4theSoul delivers this through the four pillars of Te Whare Tapa Wha to encourage connection and bring balance to your spiritual, mental/emotional, physical and whanau realms.
It’s all about you.
Your supportive holistic wellbeing frameworks will empower you to thrive and flourish.
Together, let’s create a “Super-Vision” for you!
Dalice created Sup4theSoul to support multi-disciplinary professionals to:
Nurture self-care and prevent burn out
Explore solutions, maximise strengths and build confidence
Empower others to create overflowing ketes of skill and knowledge
Sup4theSoul is passionate about creating a world where voices are heard, stories are shared and roots are acknowledged.
Where professionals feel passionate, energised, successful and authentically themselves.
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Dalice draws on her educational knowledge, professional experience, life journey and continued professional development to support professionals through a holistic health approach with passion and determination.
Evidence shows that professionals have a high rate of burnout in today’s busy world. Dalice has navigated her own personal burnout journey and brings lived experience to support others to nurture sound self-care practice and mitigate risk. As a result, she recognised a need for wrap-around support within professional supervision services and continues to be inspired by her own tribe of mentors to help others.
What people say…
“In my role, I regularly liaise and work collaboratively alongside Dalice, around the needs of her clients. Dalice has a comprehensive understanding of general practice and how social work fits within this. She has developed sound systems to support the role of a social worker within a busy practice.
Dalice has a natural warmth and ability to connect with both colleagues and clients and she displays a very ethical and professional manner at all times. Dalice is very client centred and strives to meet her client’s needs in a realistic, yet sensitive way. It is a pleasure to have the opportunity to work alongside Dalice”.