At the Institute of non-violence, we understand the value and necessity of providing regular and structured clinical supervision to practitioners who are tasked with daily risk assessment and management work. Our supervisors are all trained in Psychology or Social Work and have extensive experience in supervising clinical practice.
Trained in Psychology and Social Work, Hala Abdelnour, founder of IoNV, has a strong work ethic and seeks to share ideas and knowledge that allow people to grow together. Hala’s passion for life and all its beauty drives her constant search for the depth and breadth of human capacity. Since her graduation from university, she has embraced the privilege of supervising students, volunteers and staff across youth and settlement services, addiction services, and currently family violence practice, including Men’s Behaviour Change program facilitators.
Hala brings a broad experience working in different sectors and applying an eclectic mix of theoretical frameworks to her clinical practice and to her supervisees. She has hundreds of hours of facilitating Men’s Behaviour Change group and in 2018, she co-designed and co-delivered the Graduate Certificate in Client Case Management (Family Violence) at Swinburne University, on behalf of No To Violence.