I started supervising for CRUSE bereavement in 2001 where I gained a certificate in supervision. I have supervised in many contexts; I enjoy working with Counsellor’s, giving support and encouragement. I did group supervision at Durham University and for Alliance Psychological Services.
I follow guidelines from Hawkins and Shohet (2000). I see supervision as a supportive, educational and managerial. I believe I fill all of these roles. I am flexible and open, I believe I can learn as much from you as you can learn from me.
I offer, fundamentally, a person centred perspective but I do integrate my work with some CBT, creative therapy, and Gestalt. I have the ability to work at your pace and with whatever you bring.