Provisional Psychologist Hub offers career coaching delivered by a Board Approved Supervisor highly experienced in organisational psychology. These sessions are open to anyone looking for career coaching in the area of psychology. Whether you are studying at university, looking for work, provisionally registered or fully registered, these sessions are open to you. Any sessions you complete with our career coach can be logged as part of your board approved supervision hours if you are completing an internship pathway. Be sure to keep your principal supervisor informed.
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Our Career Coach
Book Supervision with a Board Approved Supervisor experienced in organisational psychology who can coach you in your career.
Sharon is an experienced business psychologist, supervisor, facilitator and coach who has worked in an organisational psychology setting for over 20 years. After attaining a Graduate Diploma in Applied Psychology at Griffith University, Sharon attained her registration via the 4+2 pathway and is passionate about developing professional, well rounded and capable psychologists. Sharon assists individuals, teams and organisations to improve their engagement and performance, utilising a range of psychometric and diagnostic tools and surveys to raise insight and enable people and businesses to thrive.
We run regular group supervision on a range of topics centered around career growth, organizational psychology and professional development.
- Planning and setting yourself up for success
- Models of Leadership and the skills required to excel in your career
- Group Building thriving teams: The basics of team performance, how to build trust and manage conflict as a team member or leader
- Group Workplace Stress: Models of occupational strain and tactics for managing workplace stress
- Workplace Stress: Models of occupational strain and tactics for managing workplace stress
- Reflective Practice: Improving communication and engagement
Masters Interview Preparation
Now more than ever we are seeing the investment in applications for Masters Higher Education Pathways filled with uncertainty and pressure. In response to a number of requests we are delighted to share that we now offer guidance and interview preparation for those preparing for their Masters Pathway and wanting to ensure that they put their best foot forward in their interviews. Some topics you may want to explore and discuss include;
- Framing your strengths
- Interview question preparation
- Unpacking your motivations for undertaking masters
- Institution and program research requirements
- Financial requirements and what to consider
- Unpacking your achievements
These sessions are delivered by Natalie Muldoon. View her profile and book a session today.
Provisional Psychologist Hub has developed a workshop series specifically for Aspiring Provisional Psychologists. Designed to explain and breakdown the differing pathways to registration including the internship, overseas qualified and Postgraduate Professional Psychological Qualification Pathway. Board Approved Supervisors Sharon Sweeney and Susie Upton will navigate you through searching, applying for and interviewing for psychological practice roles to help you put your best foot forward and land your first role armed with the knowledge and confidence you need.
If you are already a Provisional Psychologist you will gain knowledge in building a professional resume, online profile and how best to prepare for interviews when you start to approach general registration because we include it in our Professional Development for Provisional Psychologists subscription.
Book Career Coaching and Group Supervision
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