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My model of supervision covers the four relationship modalities: Learning/Educative, Authority/Responsibility (monitoring the ethical and practical issues in a way that is beneficial and non-persecuting), Supportive (providing care and support as well as challenge and insight), Therapeutic (awareness of the supervisees own issues and any possible impact on their work).

The four relationship modalities mirror the BACP’s ‘Tasks and Functions’, Normative (managing), Formative (educational) and Restorative (supporting).

I aim to build a safe, creative and professional relationship with my supervisees in order to encourage a reflective and open space in which to explore their client work ensuring it remains ethical and effective.

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Sign language
Other languages No
Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Keith Flynn Adult & Teen Counselling | Supervision | Stowmarket | Suffolk |

Keith Flynn Adult & Teen Counselling | Supervision | Stowmarket | Suffolk |