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Trauma Consultant, Psychotherapist & Clinical Supervisor

Supervision details

I provide counselling supervision to a number of colleges and universities on behalf of their Bsc and MSc students, as well as provide clinical supervision to front line staff. I aim to provide clinical supervision that energises & stimulates your continued growth and development for the benefit of your clients and you. I combine Proctor’s 3 Function Model and Page & Wosket's Cyclical Model of supervision. These are useful frameworks to guide our work together. Proctor’s 3 Function’s: Formative function (Learning) ·        Clinical supervision attends to expanding the skills, abilities and understandings of the supervisee. Restorative function (Support) ·        Clinical supervision attends to how client work impacts the supervisee. Normative function (Accountability) ·        Clinical supervision attends to the safety and effectiveness of the supervisee’s practice. Both my Clinical and Supervisory practice is informed by the BACP’s Ethical Framework & Professional Guidelines. Over the  years. alongside client work, I have additionally spent considerable time working with supervisees from a variety of different settings in both the public, private and voluntary sectors, across varying levels of experience from trainees to very experienced therapists. I also facilitate group supervision in a number of different settings. My fundamental approach is to offer supervision as a place to receive support and mentoring alongside  challenge appropriate to I bring with me the curiosity and ability to provide a safe space to also explore the sometimes complex overlapping challenges  in the counselling and supervisory relationships.     

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Rochdale, Lancashire, OL11

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toilet available on site

Additional languages

Urdu and Punjabi

Type of session

In person
Online
Phone

I provide counselling supervision to a number of colleges and universities on behalf of their Bsc and MSc students, as well as provide clinical supervision to front line staff.

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