"A true vocation calls us out beyond ourselves; breaks our heart in the process and then humbles, simplifies and enlightens us about the hidden, core nature of the work that enticed us in the first place.”
David Whyte

Most of us spend 1/3 or our lives at work.  It is worth some time, focus and reflection.  Are you flourishing in your work?

Engaging creativity and nature is a holistic and emerging approach to supervision.   With 20 years experience in the community sector,   I am inspired by the theory of transformational supervision, which enables a worker to engage in a depth level of reflection on their practice and is interested in the “aha”moments- that bring about desirable change.



Eco Art Therapy offers a fresh approach to Professional Supervision, allowing us to deeply see into a situation, understand yourself, and facilitates creative responses to challenges from the practioner/worker.  I facilitate one on one sessions in a beautiful valley,  in the Sydney area, walk and talk and making earthart with the ancient rocks, to a sound track of kookaburra, wonga pigeon and black cockatoo.   

Call 0410 863286 or email kvaleontis@gmail.com

to experience  this unique and restoring method of professional supervision. 

 Creativity is a powerful antidote to burnout

“An endangered species in the pressured supervisory climate can be the management of emotion,…if the emotion of our work is not managed there can be considerable impact on our effectiveness.  We don’t work well if we are frightened, depressed, grieving or frozen.  Expression of negative emotion is crucial in allowing people to come to terms with a situation and move on from it.. supervision must be a place where emotions are expressed and explored. “ -- Effective Leadership, Management and Supervision in Health and Social Care Ivan Gray, Richard Field, Keith Brown 2010