Marta Perestrello, HCPC Registered, PG Cert, MA, BA (Hons)
During Covid-19 outbreak, all my Clinical Practiced moved online.
Clinical supervision is not only compulsory in the caring professions, it is also crucial to ensure the best practice for the clients and the self-care of the therapist.
I completed the Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Supervision, Level 7 at University of Derby in 2015. The development of this training was informed by BABCP, BACP and BPS supervision standards and inclusive of supervision for IAPT practitioners.
My clinical supervision training and experience of working with children and young people in care and in schools as well as adults in their professional roles and in the community informs my work as a supervisor.
For the past few years I have been developing my own private practice and I love to support and strengthen other therapists’ practices.
I am passionate about professional growth whilst ensuring the clients’ best and safest clinical practice.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me for further information or to organise a free Introductory Meeting to discuss your case and how I may help you.
“Supervision can help to stop this process by breaking the cycle of feeling drained, leading to a drop in work standards, which produces guilt and inadequacy and leads to a further drop in standards. Supervision is also not just about preventing stress and burn-out but also enabling supervisees to continually learn and flourish, so they spend more time working at their best than would otherwise be possible.” (p5)
Hawkins and Shohet, 3rd Ed (2006) Supervision in the helping professions, McGraw Hill: Open University Press