I am a qualified social worker who has worked with children and families for 15 years in Safeguarding and four years working with foster carers, training and supporting them to look after their young people under a trauma-informed approach. I continue supervising student social workers in their placement and teaching social work practice at Birmingham City University.
I currently work as an integrative person-centred counsellor. I am also under the psychodynamic modality, and I am trauma-informed. I have a working awareness of CBT. Within my role as a supervisor, i work with the 7-eyed model of supervision, offering oversite to your practice in a person centered manner
I trained in 2019 and obtained a counselling-level Five Diploma in psychotherapeutic counselling, where I set up my private practice. So I understand the process required to set up a private business. I am a qualified supervisor working both face-to-face and online.
I work with clients affected by trauma and with clients affected by stress and anxiety. I also undertake couples counselling. I currently work with several EAPs, and I also work with a charity organisation working with adults and children affected by domestic abuse. I also work with several community-based organisations whose client group is aged 5 to 25 years. I also work on an online chat forum with people affected by grief, bereavement and loss, and I have completed the CRUSE bereavement volunteer course.
I would describe myself as friendly, professional, reflective open and honest I would be able to work alongside you as a supervisor, and I hope we can work comfortably together to develop a positive therapeutic relationship. I work in an inclusive, anti-discriminatory, and anti Oppressive manner, and I attempt to work in an eco-environmental awareness manner.
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