According to the Board of Psychology, supervision is an interactive process between a supervisor and a supervisee in which supportive direction, facilitative activities, and instructive critique is given by the supervisors to help the supervisee achieve their professional goals.
The Psychology Board requires supervisors to be Board-approved to sign off on the competence of supervisees, conveying to the Board the individual is safe to practise.
A Board-approved supervisor can supervise the following:
- provisional psychologists in the 4+2 or 5+1 internship program
- provisional psychologists in an accredited higher degree programs
- psychologists doing registrar programs leading to an area of practice endorsement, or
- registered psychologists doing a transitional or re-entry program.
Jasmin Singh (she/her)
Jasmin has had a varied career in community-based programs, allied health teams, and private practice. She has experience working therapeutically with children, adolescents, parents, and adults.
Having undertaken roles as a senior psychologist and supervisor, Jasmin has overseen and mentored provisional psychologists and psychologists.
Areas that Jasmin can provide guidance and mentoring include:
- Working with Children and Adults
- Psychometric Assessment such as WAIS, WISC, WPPSI, Standford Binet, WRAML, PAI, WIAT, Conners, BRIEF, ABAS
- Risk Assessment
- Case Report Reviewing
- Intervention with Autism and ADHD
- Intervention with Trauma
- Intervention with Depression and Anxiety
- Working with Separated Families
- Working with Schools
- Assessments for diagnosis
Jasmin can provide primary and secondary supervision to registrars working towards an endorsement in Counselling Psychology.
She can provide secondary supervision to registrars working towards other endorsements. The Board of Psychology states that a Board-approved supervisor who is endorsed to practise in a different area may be allowed to supervise for a maximum of 33 percent of the registrar program.
Registrars should be provided at least fortnightly supervision when practising, and at least one hour per session. Jasmin can help with options for individual and group supervision.
Jasmin can provide primary and secondary supervision to provisional psychologists completing the 4+2 and 5+1 internship.
Interns should be provided one hour of supervision for every 17 hours of psychological practice (client contact + client-related hours). Jasmin can help with options for individual and group supervision.
Jasmin can also provide supervision to students on placement in higher degree programs. She currently supervises for the Master of Psychology program at the University of Queensland.
Supervision Cost per hour
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What People Are Saying
“Jasmin was an experienced supervisor when it comes to managing complex assessment cases. She guided me with interpreting assessment scores to answer multiple referral questions.”
“I have greatly enjoyed my experience with Jasmin as my supervisor this year in the MPsych program at UQ. She is caring to her students but also provides a rich learning experience. I can’t recommend her enough if you are looking for a supervisor with a wealth of knowledge, kind personality, and overall caring and supportive approach.”