Tracey Murray BA (Hons) MBACP (Accred)Counsellor, CBT Therapist & Supervisor
I feel that it is extremely important that you can trust your supervisor. Many supervisees’, particularly in the early days, after their training, can be a bit fearful of supervision. I know myself, and even trained counsellor’s experiences of their past supervisory relationships can sometimes evoke memories of embarrassment, shame and judgement
I work collaboratively with supervisee’s offering a safe space without fear of judgement. I believe supervision is a place for curiosity and reflection, whilst being supportive and challenging to promote supervisee’s awareness and understanding. This is to help ensure the effective development of their counselling practice, and to enable a safe, trusting relationship.
I enjoy sharing my experience, knowledge, and training with my supervisees’ and inevitably learning from them too. I believe supervision is a two way process, as you will bring your own experience, as well as your hopes and fears to enrich the supervisory relationship.
In addition to the above, I can offer supervisee’s the benefit of my experience from my ongoing private practice, which includes extensive experience of managing risk in addition to my professional experience and continued professional development training.
In addition to my private practice, I have worked on a clinical oversight team for a counselling provider in Hull helping their counsellors manage clients difficult issues, including risk.
The supervision model I am currently practising is The Seven-Eyed Supervision model developed by Peter Hawkins and Robin Shohet.
I like The Seven Eyed model, as it focuses on the relationships between client, therapist, and supervisor and on the interplay between each relationship. The model is called “seven eyed” because it focuses on seven distinct aspects of the therapeutic process. By looking through each ‘eye’ it is possible to see a different side of the whole of your supervision session. I also incorporate aspects of Page and Wosket’s "Cyclical model".
What I offer:
- I will help you to abide by the BACP ethical framework
- Support you and your work
- Help you to develop your own individual way of working
- Assist you to develop a private practice
- Inspire you
- Offer trusted feedback
- Helpful challenges
- A learning experience for both or all of us
- Creative ways of working
- Humour where appropriate
- More intense support for trainees
- A collegial approach for more experienced therapists
As an Accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy my practice is informed by BACP ethical framework for good practice in Counselling & Psychotherapy. Therefore I ensure that I adhere to the ethical framework.
I have a Diploma in Counselling Supervision, which was TA based, and is Accredited by the NCS.
I have a BA (Hons) in Integrative Counselling which is relational. My qualification also includes CBT, and coaching therefore I can offer Supervision to support anyone working with anxiety, and depression issues which would support working with the Let’s Talk Counselling provision.
I hold a current Disclosure Barring Certificate.
Private Indemnity Insurance.
I welcome phone calls or emails to see if I can accommodate your professional requirements. I am happy to schedule a chat to answer any questions about your requirements.
Assisting you to start up private practice:
I have experience in starting up in private practice myself, so understand how daunting it can be. If you are in the beginning of setting up your private practice, I am happy to share my experience and help in any way that might be helpful.
Supervision is charged at £40 per hour.
When supervision is paid for by a company this rate will vary according to invoice terms and required documents or reports. Please enquire to discuss your individual requirements.
If we agree to work together I have a payment at the time of booking policy by bank transfer. I do not accept card payments.