My three primary supervision models I integrate are the 7 Eyed-Model, Inskipp and Proctor 'Normative, Formative and Restorative' and the Cyclical model of supervision. The core relational element of my working model is rooted from the humanistic approaches (primarily Person-Centred). Integration of models allow me to tailor supervision for your unique individual developmental needs. It also provides structure within the session whilst also allowing the supervisee the space to consider hypotheses, link theory to practice, consider ethical and good practice issues and to process the impact of client material in a safe setting. I use traditional talking methods alongside more creative approaches such as sand-tray, objects, cards and stories to encourage counsellors to view their clients, themselves and their practice from a variety of perspectives and by exploring a wide range of techniques and interventions.
I offer supportive supervision, ensuring that you feel confident in working with your clients safely and ethically.
I have L6 Therapeutic Supervision qualification and offer fortnightly/monthly supervision depending on what your needs are. I specialise in providing supervision to trainees, qualified therapists, child therapist and group supervision. I am also trained in providing clinical supervision to trainee Doctorate Psychologists on HCPC and BPS courses.
My supervision is Integrative in nature, which means that I can and do work with different counselling modalities quite comfortably. I provide supervision face-to-face and Online (Zoom, Teams).
Concessionary rates available for students and individuals on low income.
What to expect during initial session:
The Initial consultation gives us both the space and opportunity to get to know each other and see whether we can work together, collaboratively, in a Supervisor - Supervisee relationship. It is also the time for you to discuss your personal supervision requirements and ascertain whether I am the right Supervisor for your needs.
If our expectations match, we continue to explore the structure and process of supervision by paying attention to the frame of ethics, contract, confidentiality, boundaries and accountability taking into consideration your personal style of working whilst keeping at heart the best interest of your clients.
How long will my first session last?
Your session will last approximately an hour.
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