I am a qualified supervisor offering individual and group clinical supervision to psychotherapists and counsellors as well as other practitioners in trauma-related fields. I also work with student counsellors. I agree with Tony Merry’s (2002) understanding of supervision as a process of ‘collaborative enquiry’ in which we ‘collaborate and cooperate in an effort to understand what is going on within the counselling relationship and within the counsellor. This moves away from “doing things right or wrong” … to “how the counsellor is being, and how is that way of being contributing to the development of a counselling relationship?”’ I endeavour to offer you openness and respect with the aim of building a relationship with you based on mutuality, trust and understanding, and which is developmental, supportive and deeply satisfying. My fee for clinical supervision is £60 for 1 hour and £90 for 90 minutes, or £45/£75 for students.
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