I see supervision as a collaborative, professional relationship which helps to promote learning, personal and professional development, self care and ethical practice. I seek to provide a safe and informative environment offering a safe space in which to explore and make sense of your work and feelings, a place to explore your own thoughts and feelings about client work and yourself within the process. I offer help and encouragement, develop reflective practice, explore transference, counter-transference and projection, develop an understanding of skills and theory whilst enhancing your own internal supervisor.
I bring the breadth of my counselling experience having worked for the past 10 years with both primary and secondary school children,together with counselling families and adults with a charity who specialise in issues such as addictions, anxiety, bereavement and loss, depression, relationships and stress, as well as running my own private practice.
I provide supervision face to face.