Narmi Thillaianthan provides clinical supervision to provisional psychologists, psychologists and clinical psychologists. She
has a special interest in supervising school counsellors and early-mid career psychologist. She offers group supervision to
Narmi received her own supervision from clinically accomplished, dedicated supervisors. She holds this relationship as a
profound, unique and honourable aspect that has contributed to her professional identity. This developed her deep passion
for psychology and helped her become more well-rounded, joyful, and resilient in both her personal and professional life.
This is one of the many reasons she embarked on the journey to become a board approved supervisor, so she can offer the
same to her supervisees.
Supervision is a unique relationship you develop with your supervisor. It can facilitate an important aspect of your professional development. Supervision may help you to reflect and create self-awareness and confidence in your clinical work. Importantly, supervision is not therapy. During the process of clinical supervision, supervisees are expected to be accountable for their own clinical work, however can bring case studies into supervision to gain insights and perspective from their supervisor. Narmi thrives on building confident therapists, hence enjoys challenging her supervisees and recommending various readings of books and journal articles. During supervision, there are discussions around ethical and legal issues, self-care, and burn-out prevention. At times, she has group supervision to facilitate any relevant professional development training that maybe relevant to you. The supervisee-supervisor relationship is a safe, non-judgemental one which aids the ongoing development of a well-rounded supervisee. Supervision may be accessed on a regular basis (such as fortnightly or monthly) or on an ‘as needed’ basis.
Narmi has been working for the last 20 years both in public and the private sector. This diversity in her working experience and variety of clients enables her to support a wide range of supervisees. She draws her reflections from her work with children, adolescents, families and adults. Narmi is compassionate, warm, honest and supportive. She helps you feel supported through any challenges that you may experience. Narmi’s aim is to create a rich connection with you to help you be the best version of yourself professionally and personally.
Narmi’s areas of clinical speciality are Cognitive Testing, working with children, adolescents, adults and families. She has accomplished training in CBT, ACT, Mindfulness, Compassion Focussed Therapy and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.
Please Contact Us if you would like to learn more about Clinical Supervision with Narmi.