Margaret Lennon BSc (Hons) MBACP (Accred) MBPsS
I work as a clinical supervisor to both individuals and groups. My individual supervision is organised from consulting rooms in South Woodford. This is offered on a 50 minute sessional basis and is usually at three weekly intervals to meet the requirements of governing bodies.
I also hold a voluntary supervisory post at a hospice where I provide group supervision. This is such a valuable part of my work within a different context opening further development and learning for me, as I sit alongside the group members.
My training is through the BPS (with a core academic component) and through my own reflective practice and on-going supervision. My belief is that we all continuously develop ourselves to improve the quality of our work.
My aim is to supportive, encouraging and sensitive to the supervisees' needs while providing a safe space for learning and development from a multi-perspective viewpoint. I trust this will give you some understanding of the importance I place on the supervisory relationship as a joint endeavour.