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Clinical supervision is a formal process of professional support and learning which enables individual practitioners to develop knowledge and competence, assume responsibility for their own practice. As an ethical practitioner the BACP states “all counsellors, psychotherapists, trainers and supervisors are required to have regular and on-going formal supervision/consultative support for their work in accordance with professional requirements.

I offer Clinical Supervision in a safe warm environment offering my supervisees space to reflect on their practice. Creating a learning environment built on mutuality and effective contracting will allow a climate that is both explicit and facilitative. It also addresses the developmental needs of the supervisee through effective challenge. Page and Wosket talk about “Learning Goals” in which a supervisee identifies “Learning Goals” in which further training may be needed.  It has been stated that the supervisory relationship is as central to effective supervision as the therapy relationship is to effective therapeutic outcomes Bernard, J. M. Goodyear, R. K. (1998). I also feel that when supervisees feel a strong working alliance through clear contracting and less vagueness a strong working alliance is maintained.

My fees are £40.00 per hour which is discounted for students and anyone who works within the voluntary sector. Please do give me a call on 0151 7077870 or 07463611155 for a chat.

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Home visits

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Stephen Lloyd MBACP,  BABCP, DIP Hyp & Post Grad Cert in Supervision

Stephen Lloyd MBACP, BABCP, DIP Hyp & Post Grad Cert in Supervision