I believe that supervision is a key part of the care of the counsellor and of their clients. I aim to create a warm, safe, supportive and trusting space for you to bring all aspects of your practice. For me, supervision is a place for you to sit down, relax, and offload, examine or simply play with ideas regarding how you're working and also what's getting in the way. I currently also supervise counselling supervisors and those training to become supervisors. I am BACP Senior accredited and have five years of supervision experience.
Although I keep the person centred model at my core I am really interested and enthusiastic to be involved with you and how you work in your own theoretical way. I often work creatively with clients, supervisees and counselling supervisors to really bring a subconscious understanding to the work, I find this can really bring the implicit moment to moment work to the fore.
I currently supervise those working in the following settings:-
- Supervisors who are working with supervisees in private practice, school settings and bereavement support agencies.
- Counsellors working within private practice, generic counselling agency settings, complex bereavement support agencies, schools and dependency support agencies.
- Student counsellors in training who are working in placement settings towards their qualifying hours.