I have a wide range of experience supervising practitioners both individually and in a group employing an integrative approach. My overall belief is to support the practitioner by providing a regular space for the supervisee to reflect on the content and process of their work and develop an understanding of their skills and developmental needs.
I recognise the importance of a consistent and vibrant supervision relationship and its potential to contribute to effective, safe practice, successful outcomes and professional development.
Although clinical supervision is primarily about the professional self, I work in the knowledge that we are relational beings: the connections we have and the feedback we get can help us find the meaning of our experience. This alone can be very helpful to a fellow professional in enriching the work they do.
I currently supervise placements therapists at The Awareness Centre supporting them with open-ended and NHS brief counselling. I also provides private supervision.