Delivering better outcomes for practitioners and their clients: the role of supervision and deliberate practice Kaye FrankcomGAICD, B.A, B.S.W, Grad Dip. Counselling. Psych., Master Clinical Psychology, Master of Science in Medicine (Pain Management)Clinical & Counselling Psychologist, Board approved supervisor and supervisor trainerAdjunct Associate Professor of Psychology, Deakin University Kaye is a highly accomplished businesswoman, and leader in the health sector. She is an endorsed clinical and counselling psychologist, consultant and business coach to psychologists, in-demand speaker and trainer and has held national roles in psychology regulation and professional standards. She built a successful group psychology practice in Williamstown, Victoria which she sold in 2018. She is the lead author of Fit for Practice: Everything you wanted to know about starting your own psychology practice in Australia but were afraid to ask (co-authors Professor Bruce Stevens and Dr Phil Watts. Published November 2016). She is an accredited trainer with the International Centre for Clinical Excellence( ICCE-Dr Scott Miller) and offers training and consultancy services to private practices and NFPs implementing FIT and Deliberate Practice initiatives. She is an approved supervisor and helped establish the supervisor training program at the APS Institute. She has facilitated Master Classes for Supervisors for over 8 years for the APSI. She has supervised hundreds of psychologists, social workers, and family therapists over 30+ years. She is an adjunct associate professor of psychology at Deakin university and chairs is their Professional Psychology Programs Advisory Board.