Professional external supervision services

Sup 4 the Soul™ supports other professionals to bring more balance into their mahi (work) and lives knowing that in doing so, they can then bring the same to those they support. 

Sup4theSoul believes in supporting others via a strong holistic approach and does not limit supervisees to Social Workers only, but any professionals in similar ‘caring’ cohorts. This includes (but is not limited to), support workers, mana ake, SWiS, educators and Lawyers and in particular, Social Worker new graduates, Social Workers and those employed in family violence, housing, and mental health. 


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.



Our Vision

To create a safe haven for social workers and allied professionals to feel empowered to journey into their full potential.

Our Mission

To provide a safe environment that nurtures conversation and individuals growth as professionals who are authentic in their practice using Aotearoa New Zealand frameworks and context. 

Our Values

Manaakitanga: To provide hospitality and move in the space of kindness, compassion, aroha and support. 

Courage: To be brave, to have mental and moral strength, to persevere and to move through difficulties with ease and grace. To stand in mana.

Aroha: To extend charity, compassion, empathy, care and kindness. Also, to pay attention to the breath.

Authenticity: To remain in and support mana. To be true to personal values and spirit/wairua. To be honest and transparent, to take responsibility for mistakes and to ensure values, ideals, and actions align.

Whakapakari: To support others to aspire to be the best they can be through education, ethics and professionalism.





Social Worker Supervisor support
person centered perspective
Sup 4 the Soul™ takes a person-centred approach and provide wrap-around support to ultimately empower you.

Sup 4 the Soul™ takes a biopsychosocial approach to develop a holistic wellbeing framework to maximise your self-care and practice.

person centered perspective
Sup 4 the Soul™ 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.
Your development will lead to self-actualisation, supporting you to flourish and move up through Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.

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!

Sup 4 the Soul’s dream
Dalice created Sup 4 the Soul™ in 2019 after deciding to pursue more balance in her own life and a strong desire 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

Social Worker in General Practice

Sup 4 the Soul™ 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.

We encourage:

Courageous conversations
Honouring our differences to bridge misunderstanding
Collaborative cultural relationships

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About Us

Sup 4 the Soul™ was created by Dalice in 2019. Dalice moved from a corporate background into exploring social work in 2012. After completing her studies, she developed a service in a large multi-disciplinary medical centre, inspired by the increase in successful outcomes by incorporating a biopsychosocial approach.

Dalice has a tribe of mentors behind her including her tipuna and ancestors! She deeply values their support, skills, knowledge and points of view. Fellow Social Worker and Supervisor, Abby McCormack is part of this tribe and has often held space for Dalice. Both collaborate often and have shared many discussions and some mutual clients over the years. Both share similar views, values, styles and ethics in their practice and the service they provide.

Abby and Dalice aim to provide workshops in the near furture, they often share office spaces and support eachother’s kaupapa and mahi as two individual, independent social workers and supervisors in their own private practices. If you’d like to see what she can offer, email her at: 

Social Worker Supervisor Dalice Prebble

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.
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Social worker brainstorming session with Sup for the Soul

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”.

Nikki Nute
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