Yawarra (Care) Cultural Supervision Program - YCSP
What is the YCSP?
ZSIC delivers the Indigenous facilitator led YCSP, also referred to as cultural supervision, and is carried out in partnership with their stakeholders. As a 100% owned and managed Indigenous consultancy, YCSP supports existing staff supervision processes, staff development policies and resources, and is encouraged to be utilised in conjunction with our unique YCSP format.
Participants may have opportunities to strengthen cultural areas of their identity, as well as to deliver a cultural activity within the workplace, eg: staff meeting, management meeting, NAIDOC celebration, Reconciliation Week Activities, etc
If you would like, ZSIC can provide you with an overview of our cultural supervision program. Please call or use our Contact form and we will get back to you promptly with details.
YCSP Counselling Service
ZSIC’s cultural supervision program is unique, as we also offer an additional professional 1hr counselling session with Indigenous consultant practitioner and Yuwaalaraay Man Dylan Nicholls (Psychologist – MclinPsych), or Kate Tempest (Australian Counsellors Association – Certified and Registered).
Booking your counselling session is easy … Once you have completed your Cultural Supervision program, you can select a date and time that is convenient for you to connect with Dylan or Kate. We aim at providing cultural safety for each YCSP you participate in.
For bookings with Dylan: Click on the following link to send an email for initial enquiries: Email Dylan
For bookings with Kate: Click on the following link to complete and send an Enquiry form via Kate’s website: www.TransformationTree.com.au – ZSIC bookings.
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Casey Munro's case study on ZSIC's Cultural Supervision program
Casey Munro holds the role of First Nations Case Manager and Cultural Liaison Consultant with The Burdekin Association. Casey has provided us with an overview of her experience of working with Zeke Shaw and the team at ZSIC around the Cultural Supervision services ZSIC provides, in the form of a case study.