Bradley Roser

About Me

Why do I think Clinical Supervision is important for professionals to engage in? As we move through the 21st Century demands in our professional lives are increasing with greater expectations on our productivity and also our creativity. Caring and compassion for us as individuals and our workforce can sometimes seem absent. Our need for a regular time to reflect on our work life in a confidential space is more important than ever. Brad has over 20 years of Clinical Supervision experience initially training in 1999 with further ongoing training in 2001, 2013 and ongoing refresher training in 2015 and 2020. Brad has completed two international Practice Development Schools, cofacilitated training and has engaged in regular clinical supervision and coaching to maintain his compassion and drive as a Mental Health Nurse.

Bradley Roser

Professional Info

Session Formats Offered

Face to Face, Online or by Phone Brads reflective model of supervision combines a range of modalities including Gestalt, Transactional Analysis, Role Development and Coaching

Registered Nurse 1982 Post Graduate NSW College of Nursing 1987 Master of Nursing UTS 2010 Private Practice established 2016 Significant roles in Public and Private mental health, Education and Forensic Mental Health enables Brad to bring a wealth of experience to the Supervision space. ACSA Management Committee member 2018 to present.