Working with people in a confidential setting, whether as a therapist or in another role in the helping professions often comes with its challenges. This can be either due to the things heard and held in a therapy room or things that have been triggering for us. These are a couple of the things supervision can be essential for. For therapists in particular, it is also paramount to ethical practice.
Clinical supervision is more than case management and to make sure a wider context is included in our work, I use the Seven Eyed Process Model alongside other theories that inform my supervision practice.
Please, don’t hesitate to contact me for further details.