Support For Organisations

Organisations are complex systems which go through many stages and changes over time similarly to families through the life cycle. An organisation is born with a vision to serve a specific aim and purpose. It can grow, develop, adapt and change including people within it. Investing in people as resources and supporting staff is often key to delivering good standard, efficient and ethical services.  Organisations have become complex and challenging systems which sometimes require space to think and reflect on itself to re-connect with its vision and purpose.  

How we can help:

Rainbow offers a pool of experienced supervisors who can support organisations through tailor-made training, consultations to management, reflective groups for staff,  one to one consultations when issues regarding risk in safeguarding, mental health are presenting particular challenges and ethical dilemmas that need expert exploration and/or advice. We can also provide tailor-made training to suit specific needs.

We are particularly keen to provide our services to organisations which are promoting social change and social justice in the community. 

Meet the team:

Chiara Santin

I am a systemic and family psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer who has a long-standing interest and commitment to working with the most vulnerable people in the community. I am passionate about social justice, ethical practice and the natural environment. I have extensive experience in providing specialist supervision, consultations to individual professionals and organisations, particularly children’s homes and fostering agencies. I can also provided reflective practice groups for staff and tailor-made training and workshops. Topics could include the following:

  • Trauma, abuse and resilience
  • Therapeutic parenting
  • Non Violent Resistance parenting approach 
  • Family Attachments 
  • Life story work
  • Non Violent Resistance approach

Ali McLewin 

Ali McLewin is an experienced psychoanalytical psychotherapist and supervisor with extensive experience of working with adults with mental health issues and addiction problems. She obtained a Diploma in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and completed a Master in Clinical Science (Psychotherapy) in 1998. In 2002 she completed a Diploma in Clinical Supervision. She is registered with UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy), CPJA (Council for Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis) and BAPPS (British Association for Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy).

Her professional skills are rooted in mental health, community work, social work, social justice and equality. Over the years she has developed clinical skills with a range of clients and supervision skills in various contexts i.e. Social Care, NHS and a wide range of professionals working in Addiction, homeless centres, mental health recovery, and Community based Mental Health Services.

Please contact us to discuss your own needs and a tailor-made package of support

Support for professionals and organisations

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