I practice supervision from an integrative perspective and my supervision training was with Cascade a training organization that developed out of the work of Francessca Inskipp and Brigid Proctor. I have experience of working with individuals and with groups and with a range of supervisee's with different levels of expertise. I have developed and provide clinical supervision for non counselling professionals within the Health Service and this work makes up part of my current supervision practice.I believe that the supervisory relationship is an extremely important one and finding the right supervior can be a daunting task. The relationship is at the heart of the supervision work and the platform for a working alliance based on trust, collaboration and respect for the theoretical stance and expertise of the supervisee. Hess defines supervision as: “a quintessential interpersonal interaction with the general goal that one person, the supervisor, meets with another, the supervisee, in an effort to make the latter more effective in helping people.” I find this definition of supervision very helpful in reflecting the context for my work as a supervisor.