My supervision is grounded in the humanistic tradition and is primarily based on the fundamental person centred principles of the actualising tendency and the six conditions whilst drawing heavily on other approaches such as attachment and trauma.
Whilst client narratives are always an integral part of supervision, especially when there are concerns related to risk, the primary focus of my person centred supervision is on the client/supervisee relationship. Supervisees are helped to develop their potential and confidence to become fully present and engaged in the relationship with the client through becoming increasingly open to their experiencing as therapists.
The more a therapist can can develop the capacity to fully meet their clients at depth, the greater potential they create for their clients to achieve the change they seek.
I have a BACP endorsed Certificate in Person Centred Supervision.