I am a fully qualified clinical supervisor with a wide experience of helping counsellors and psychotherapists, and group therapists, undertaking both short and long term work.
I find that therapists of a wide range of disciplines, as well as those who work psychodynamically, can benefit from a psychodynamic approach in supervision.
Looking at the relationship between therapist and client at both a conscious and unconscious level, can significantly inform practice as the relationship in the room is a dynamic which it is important not to overlook.
A focus in supervision, on both supporting your development as a therapist and understanding the often complex dynamics between therapist and client, can enable good progress for your clients and a more rewarding practice for you.
Currently I am building supervision groups where participants can benefit from exploring in a confidential setting, the iissues that arise with clients and dilemmas encountered in their work.
A particular style of Supervision group which I am launching in the new year is The Balint Group, and if you are interested in this, I would be happy to discuss it with you.