My supervision approach ensures a trusting, collaborative and reflective space to allow the supervisee to step back and critique their way of working, addressing biases, barriers, learning new skills, brainstorming fresh ideas and new perspectives. We address areas of 'stuckness' exploring the relationships created within the therapeutic space and the personal impact of the work both generally and with individual cases.
I feel the best supervision relationship arises from both supervisee and supervisor formulating their own way of working that meets the needs of the supervisee and BACP guidelines. We can be as creative as we like as long as you feel supported and safe
I have extensive experience working in primary and secondary schools, as well as working with adults and organisations. I run my own private practice both in Burnham on crouch and Thurrock
I offer online and face to face supervision to individuals and groups.
I am happy to discuss concessions for student counsellors