Tina Smith, counselling adults, children/young people and supervision
I qualified in 2016 as a supervisor, in Newport university as a clinical consultative supervisor. How I work as a supervisor is very holistic.
As counsellors we need to know that our supervisor is the right fit for us, making sure all our needs and requirements in supervision are being met. You know what those needs are. My role as supervisor is to discuss what those needs are, being mindful of the time you wish to spend on each individual need; within the boundaries of time limitation, and meet them to your satisfaction, in a professional and supportive manner.
Some of the things I was trained in on the course was
working with individuals and group supervision
exploring organisational dynamics within work and supervision.
Ethical issues that can arise within organisations.
How organisations can impact on you professional work and self esteem.
Creative ways to explore your work with clients and yourself.
Self reflective work and constructive feedback.
My fee is £55 for 1.5 hours required supervision.