Supervisor Annie Heining
Supervision is essential to good practise and to retaining our own sense of wellbeing. Working with people in distress or ill-health is stressful and it is vital that we reflect of the impact a client's problems may have on us.
If you work as a lone practitioner it is essential to stay grounded within the limits and boundaries of your professional skills. If you work in an agency or statutory setting the dynamics of the organisation will inevitably play a part in how you manage your work.
I am experienced in supervising health and social care professionals. I work from a psychodynamic perspective to help you think creatively about your work in relation to your own personal history, but I can also be incredibly practical in supporting you to manage your workload.
Maps & Directions
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
My consulting room is situated on the ground floor of my home, offering a discreet setting with on-street parking.
I am able to offer early morning; daytime and evening appointments up to 9.00pm. I am not able to offer weekend appointments.
Types of client
Supervision & training
Supervision is essential to good practise and to retaining our own sense of wellbeing.