I would describe my supervision style as a conversation that focuses both on the context and process of a client's therapy but also the therapist's process. I largely draw on psychodynamic theory, but also systemic (as I think that is a vital and often underestimated/neglected aspect of a client's world in therapeutic interventions ), DBT, MBT, CAT and schema. I have an more informal approach to the actual supervision. I create an agenda with my supervisee which includes new/important issues which require attention, but also issues raised in previous sessions. I think the notion of follow-up is important and that the 'memory' within/of supervision can be a useful tool is assessing progress and helpfulness. I offer supervision remotely.
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