I am a BACP accredited counsellor and psychotherapist and qualified supervisor. My supervisory practice is informed by 20 years of working therapeutically in a variety of contexts, including private practice, substance misuse rehabilitation centres and psychiatric as well as forensic settings. I hold a Diploma in Integrative Supervision. I see it as my main task as a supervisor to help you integrate your professional and personal background with your lived experience of your client work. Drawing mainly on Hawkins' and Shoet's Model of the Parallel Process in Supervision, we would explore the various layers of meaning in your client interactions and draw conclusions in either an eclectic or, if you so wish, in an exclusively Client Centred and Rogerian way. I charge £100 for an individual supervision session and £40 for a 90 minute group supervision session (up to 4 supervisees).
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