E.N.G.A.G.E - MENT reflective supervision groups
Peel reflective supervision offers professionally facilitated peer support groups to a number of helping professionals and is currently being rolled out in the NHS, law, industry, and teaching. These groups focus on developing alternative coping strategies for work-related stress.
Research shows that as a result of working in emotive environments, practitioners are inevitably susceptible to two of the most common types of work-related stress, commonly known as burnout and compassion fatigue. If ignored, these syndromes have a debilitating impact on all aspects of our lives. Our health suffers. We struggle with relationships and eventually we end up feeling helpless and hopeless, anxious or depressed and are unable to stay at work.
Peel reflective supervision groups (PRSG’s), facilitated by Nicole Addis, aim to address signs and symptoms of work-related stress as part of the ENGAGE model, raising self-awareness, self-resilience, and self-satisfaction. The focus of the group is on emotional well-being as well as clinical, theoretical, and topical discussion.
The E.N.G.A.G.E – MENT model is a two-part integrative model that works well in both short and long term therapy. It is currently being rolled out in industry and health professions as part of leadership and management programs. The second part of the model focuses on a deeper understanding of the therapeutic relationship and is suitable for all clinicians involved in talking therapies.
“A warm and friendly experience that gave me space to share and explore my thoughts and feelings with colleagues that felt very supportive and informative, I’d go as far as to say, life-changing” - (Participant 2017)
Hosted by Nicole Addis
Nicole Addis is a UKCP registered psychotherapist with extensive clinical experience in both NHS and private settings. In 2012 Nicole set up Peel Psychological Consultancy, a private counselling service and training facility. Nicole has a special interest in trauma and delivers workshops up and down the country.