My supervision Diploma has prepared me to work with both individuals and groups, working across varying modalities and incorporating creative work. My aim is to facilitate a supportive and collegiate supervision forum where we can learn from each other.
For me, the supervisory relationship is a collaborative one in which we openly explore your work in a way that helps support your personal and professional development as well as ensuring professional and ethical integrity. I consider the overall aim of my role as supervisor as supporting you to be of most benefit to your clients within the contexts being worked with, best you can, following your preferred theoretical orientation.
To guide us in this process, my work is primarily informed by The Seven-Eyed Supervision model developed by Peter Hawkins and Robin Shohet in 1985. As suggested by the name, this model considers seven distinct aspects of the therapeutic process, focussing on the relationships between client, therapist and supervisor and on the interplay between each. By looking through each ‘eye’ we can see a different side of the whole of your supervision session. I also hold in mind Stoltenberg and Delworth’s (1987) Developmental Model’ to assist in assessing where the supervisee sits developmentally and then to provide support and feedback appropriate to that stage whilst aiding progression to the next stage. By combining these two models I feel that I am able to really focus on your needs and development from a variety of angles.
As a registered member of the BACP, I adhere to the BACP Ethical Framework and the guidance in the BACP Supervision Competence Framework but am happy to work with those registered with alternative membership bodies.
Get in touch if you are looking for Supervision support. Working over zoom nationwide and face to face in North West Kent.
Sessions are charged at £50 per hour.