My focus is to help supervisees develop a safe, ethical and professional practice, with both therapist and client well-being in mind. I work with an open integrative model, in a collaborative way - exploring the client content along with experiences, feelings and thoughts that arise for the supervisee, with regard to the relationship with the client and how they are working. Transformative supervision requires some key elements to be successful. I provide a space where the supervisees can feel safe, understood, supported and have the courage to be open without fear of judgement - although I am also comfortable, to when required - to provide challenge. When training or newly qualified, holding boundaries with clients can feel difficult. I will support, guide and mentor you when required, through a process of exploration, reflection and education (most valuable when supervisees might feel stuck or uncomfortable) I feel passionate about the possibilities that good supervision can offer, which benefit both supervissee and client. I am always available to my supervisees outside of the contracted sessions. Supervision will include attention to best practice, ethics, standards and professional issues, theoretical frameworks, transference etc. Areas of support can be: developmental, mentoring, educational, reflective practice and transformative to include -self-care, ethics and professional standards.I completed my training with Derby University. I work from the well known supervision bible, 'Supervision in the Helping Professions', I supervise private practitioners, healthcare professional, organisations. As It can be difficult to find a counselling supervisor that you feel confident and safe with. You are welcome to contact my current supervisees for a reference (details can be supplied). Currently the BACP recommend one and a half hours supervision per month.