I offer supervision to qualified counsellors, counselling students, and to practitioners from other professional backgrounds either individually or in groups.
The purpose of Supervision is to assist the development of the reflective practitioner, to support the therapy and to maximise the effectiveness of the therapeutic relationship, to monitor/safeguard the interests of the client, and to maintain ethical standards as set out in the ethical framework.
In 2018/19 I attended KRCS Supervision course and hold an advanced diploma in counselling supervision (NCS accredited).
I am an integrative therapist with a person-centred approach to my client work and supervision. My Supervision practice is based on an integration of several supervision models, Inskipp & Proctor’s (1995) functional model, Page & Wosket’s (2001) cyclical model and Hawkins and Shohet’s (1989/2001) seven eyed model.