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Supervision is a core element of the work we do - the way we ensure our clients are kept safe and we work in an ethical way - I view supervision in a number of ways.

1. Collaborative - I work with my supervisees to explore their cases and dilemmas and find the most supportive solution

2. Educative - As a counsellor of over 20 years experience I have worked in a number of settings and held a variety of roles - some of this experience can be useful for supervisees.

3. Supportive - the work we undertake as counsellors is challenging at times and hugely rewarding - even in the deepest despair we can be supportive to clients and I hope to model that behaviour with my supervisees.

I take my work as a supervisor very seriously and I work hard to ensure that the partnership which develops is enriching to all concerned

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Sue McRitchie BACP (Accred), MSc, Dip.Couns.,Dip.Add.,Adv.Cert.Sup.

Sue McRitchie BACP (Accred), MSc, Dip.Couns.,Dip.Add.,Adv.Cert.Sup.