I am particularly interested in supporting therapists who work with children and young people.
I view supervision as a formal process that takes place within a collaborative relationship with the aim of enhancing the supervisee’s therapeutic competences and ensuring that their practice conforms to ethical and professional standards. My aim is to create an optimal reflective environment relevant to the stage of a therapist’s career. Given that I work creatively as a counsellor, I am happy to bring creative elements to my supervisory work.
Whilst my counselling modality is primarily Humanistic (Person-Centred, Gestalt and TA), over my many years of counselling practice, my theoretical interests have evolved and as such my approach has developed into a more pluralistic style and this is reflected in my integrative supervisory work.
I welcome enquiries from therapists seeking supervision whether for the first time or for a change of supervisor.