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Angela has held roles in University Psychology Clinic Management and Practicum Externship Co-ordination, along with clinical supervision of postgraduate students. She has lectured in undergraduate and postgraduate psychology across a number of universities and is passionate about the training and development of psychologists.

Angela is a Psychology Board Approved Supervisor and Supervision Trainer with STAP (Supervisor Training and Approval Program).

Angela is currently offering professional supervision in the following contexts:

  • General and clinical psychological practice
  • Clinical Registrar program
  • Eating disorder-related presentations
  • Supervision-of-supervision
  • External practicum supervision within 5 + 1 training programs (adult practicums)

Upcoming Professional Training

STAP Masterclass: Advanced Process Skills in Supervision; Managing Supervisee Resistance (online delivery): 28th November 2023

Please click here for further details.

Past Professional Training

July 2017: Working with Resistance in Psychotherapy workshop. Click here for details.

July 2013: 2nd NZ ‘Mindfulness’ Tour: workshops planned for Wellington, Napier and Auckland. (Please see for further details)

Oct 2013: 3-day Mindfulness Intensive Workshop (NZ).  (Please see for further details)

Sept 2012:  NZ Mindfulness tour: Mindfulness workshops for multidisciplinary professionals (psychologists, counsellors, social workers, psychiatrists, teachers, guidance counsellors, nurses & mental health workers) across 4 New Zealand cities

Aug 2012: ‘Mindful Eating’ workshop for dieticians

June 2012: Dinner Series talk ‘Mindfulness and Obesity’ for the Queensland College of Clinical Psychologists

May 2012: ‘Mindful Eating’ workshop for psychologists

Nov 2010: ‘Mindfulness Masterclass’ workshop for the Australian Association of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (Qld)

Sept 2010: ‘Mindfulness for Trauma’ workshop at the Australian Conference of Traumatic Stress

Aug 2009: ‘Mindfulness-based Interventions for Binge Eating: Research Findings and Clinical Implications’ invited presentation at the Australian and New Zealand Eating Disorders Association Conference

July 2009: Professional Development Workshop for Specialist Breast Care Nurses; Cancer Council