Supervisor Profile

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Supervision details

I trained as a supervisor with the University of Canterbury in 2003, updating my qualification with CPCAB level 6 in 2017. I am an Accredited Pastoral Supervisor with APSE.   I offer supervision to individuals and groups, also pastoral supervision. I trained in online work in 2014 and regularly work online.  Do let me know if you'd like a conversation on the phone as it can be hard to consider who you might want to work with as a supervisee. It can be difficult if you know you need to find a new supervisor, or if it's your first time to gain supervision.   I have extensive experience of working in the voluntary and statutory sector and have run and developed groups in both sectors, aware of the dynamics of working in institutions.  I offer supervision to pastors, church leaders, safeguarding leads, and other professionals including teachers. Rosie is passionate about the importance of gaining a reflective space to reflect on practise and the importance of  how we manage change in a transforming world.  She is mindful of the impact of trauma on our work in ministry including how we feel this in our bodies which can lead to exhaustion or physical illness. Rosie also works for the Churches Ministerial Counselling Service.       She has a  wide breadth of experience in counselling, (see counselling profile) .   Rosie has worked with students in training for over 15 years and aware of the challenges of allocating finances and time to attend regular sessions.   She has  experience of working with agencies as a counsellor (Relate and Mind) and also of running her own private practice.CONSIDERING THEORY Fees for Supervision are £50-£60 per hour.  Fees for those needing supervision whilst in training £40.    I trained in Pastoral Supervision (2018) registered and accredited with APSE   Association of Pastoral Supervision and Education.   

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Green Lane, Ilford, Essex, IG3

Key details

Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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I work with people online. I have a small step to the main entrance which can get a smaller wheelchair up. A larger wheelchair might struggle.

Type of session

In person

Rosie is a qualified and trained Supervisor and Pastoral Supervisor. She is passionate about the importance of taking time to reflect on practice.