Supervisor Profile

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Post Graduate Diploma, CBT, Children & Young PeopleMBACP

Supervision details

I am working as a supervisor after completing a Post Graduate Diploma in Passionate Supervision in September 2018 and a residential supervision course in Sicily with Robin Shohet In October 2018. I have completed a Diploma in Consultative Supervision at CTSD in Bath completing the Fundamentals of Supervision in February 2019. I have now completed working in Organisations in Supervision. Working within groups has been completed in November 2019. Working in groups was completed in February 2020 and finally completed the study in February 2021. I specialise in Supervision  connected to children and young people where I have worked for many years and offer general supervision also. I am currently a supervisor at Cruse Cardiff and in private practise. I offer online supervision which has been useful in the current working from home climate. Supervision is a wonderful progression from the empowering and enriching work that I do at the moment in counselling.

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Wheelchair user access

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Type of session

In person

I have worked as a supervisor for three years and absolutely love the process of working alongside colleagues to enrich their work.