I have recently gained a supervisory level 6 CPCAB Supervisory qualification and am able to offer supervision to Counsellors/Psychotherapists. My original training was Person Centred however, I have since studied and practiced Couples Counselling, Expressive Therapies, Solution Focus Therapy, and CBT. I would describe myself as offering a Pluralistic style of therapy tailored to my client's needs. I have a Level 5 NVQ in Management and Leadership and currently supervise students and qualified counsellors in a management role for a small charity in Rochdale alongside a busy private practice that I manage evenings and weekends. I also provide supervision to front-line staff in my organisation. I aim to provide clinical supervision that supports learning and ensures your continued growth and development for the benefit of you and your clients. My approach is supportive but challenging when needed. I offer a safe space for counsellors to explore client work, any challenges, personal issues, and development including CPD.
My supervision Diploma has prepared me to work with both individuals and groups, working across varying modalities and incorporating creative work. My aim is to facilitate a supportive and collegiate supervision forum where we can learn from each other. To guide us in this process, my work is primarily informed by The Seven-Eyed Supervision model developed by Peter Hawkins and Robin Shohet in 1985. Supervision is an opportunity for you to enhance your practice and keep both you and your clients safe. I have recently submitted my BACP accreditation to become a fully accredited member of the BACP so have a good knowledge and understanding of the ethical guidelines and good working practices in all areas of counselling. Supervision can be between 60-90 minutes. I offer an initial consultation for free to see if we are a good fit. If you are interested in taking up supervision or would like some extra supervision please contact me to discuss.
Sessions are £60 for 1.5 hours