Trauma Informed Supervision

Empowering people through change

At Red Centre Healing, we offer trauma informed, culturally sensitive, one on one professional supervision, mentoring and support to enhance your ability and/or the ability of your staff to provide and maintain effective trauma informed practice and culturally responsive care.






Having lived and worked in Central Australia for the past 11 years, we understand the challenges that people face when working with people who have been affected by trauma.

We also understand that professional supervision and support is not only helpful but often needed, alongside good self-care practices, to help reduce the risks associated with working with people whose lives have been impacted by trauma.

These risks include experiencing:

  • vicarious or secondary trauma
  • compassion fatigue, and/or
  • burnout

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Red Centre Healing acknowledges the prevalence and pervasive nature of trauma, stress and adversity that exists amongst the people living in Central Australia and aims to support organisations and individuals working here to provide best practice trauma informed and culturally responsive care.

Trauma Informed Supervision

Trauma informed Supervision is a reciprocal relationship that aims to be collaborative, transparent and communicative and involves mutual learning, appreciation and respect.

Who Is It For?

  • community workers
  • health care staff
  • youth workers
  • case managers, support workers
  • counsellors
  • correctional officers
  • police
  • social workers
  • anyone working with traumatised people

What You Can Expect

To enquire about trauma-informed supervision, click on the button below!

Meet Your Supervisor

Kerri-Anne Chilvers is a registered Psychologist with more than 20 years experience working with clients across a range of areas including alcohol and other drugs, domestic and family violence and trauma recovery.

Kerri-Anne is an experienced and qualified Supervisor and Mentor and provides professional and workplace supervision and mentoring to both Indigenous and Non-Indigenous people.

She has extensive knowledge and skills in the area of trauma informed practice, cross cultural communication effectiveness, community development and cultural competency and combines this knowledge and skill with her Clinical Supervision experience and therapeutic skills to offer you the best Supervision experience possible. 

Session Price​

Standard Session | 60 minutes | $200.00

Minimum Supervision Frequency: Monthly

Recommended Frequency: Fortnightly

Cancellation Policy​​

36 hours notice is required

Less than 36 hours notice: $100 Fee Payable

No Notice: Full Fee Payable

We require 36 hours notice to reschedule or cancel a session without incurring any fees.  

Where you cancel your appointment with less than 36 hours notice, you will incur a flat fee of $100.00, which will be payable prior to your next session. 

Should you miss your appointment and there has been no prior notice given, you will incur the full session fee, payable prior to your next session.

We understand that sometimes you may be unable to keep an appointment because of sudden illness or an unexpected emergency. If this happens, please contact us as soon as possible.

How to Book​


We offer both face to face and zoom supervision sessions. To enquire about trauma-informed supervision, please e-mail me or use the contact button below!