Joanne Henshall Dip, Couns. Dip, CBT. MBACP (Accred)
What you can expect..
Training and feedback – work alongside the guidance of a trusted, accomplished professional who can objectively critique your work so you can continue to improve as a practitioner.
Resources, resources, resources– Introducing you to the tools and sources of inspiration i use in my own work.
Professional networking- As a private practitioner, you might not have access to other counselling professionals that can connect you – Your supervisor can be a key professional connection throughout your career.
Emotional support – According to statistics, anywhere from 21% – 67% of mental health workers experience burnout, and working in isolation is a major contributing factor. It’s essential to your wellbeing that you fill your network with fellow therapists and counsellors who get what it’s like to experience the unique struggles you’ll encounter on a daily basis. As your supervisor, i will be there to help you get through the tough times and provide you with a sense of camaraderie and encouragement while also challenging you to think things through.
Better outcomes for your clients – A supportive relationship with a clinical supervisor has a positive impact on clients, providing you with a sense of trust and safety so you can feel free to explore, learn from mistakes, celebrate success, and go into sessions confident that you can provide your clients the care they need.