Adele Clayton MBACP - Children and Young People's Therapy
My belief is that the supervisory relationship is paramount in helping counsellors to become more aware, confident and knowledgeable in their work with clients.
I aim to provide a safe, supportive space for you to develop your clinical practice through insight and reflection. Working with the individual aims and experience of each supervisee enables me to provide a tailored approach.
My own counselling base is integrative, incorporating person-centred, transactional analysis, CBT, solution-focused and psycho-educational modalities. My experience includes working with children, young people and adults across many sectors, developing and managing counselling services and private practice.
I have a comprehensive understanding of the BACP code of Ethics and Good Practice, which is at the core of my supervision work, and primarily use the Seven Eyed Model for Supervision (Hawkins & Shohet).
Supervision sessions are also available to school, college and safeguarding staff to provide professional and personal support for your work.