As an experienced counselling supervisor, I offer face to face, online and telephone supervision to counselling professionals seeking guidance, support, and professional development. With a deep understanding of the challenges faced in the virtual counselling landscape, I strive to create a supportive and enriching supervisory relationship that promotes growth and excellence in online and face to face counselling practice.
I hold a foundation degree in Person Centred Counselling (level 4 & 5), along with a level 6 in counselling supervision (including online and telephone). I have extensive experience as a practising counsellor, and I stay up-to-date with the latest research, best practices, and ethical guidelines in the field of online counselling.
My supervisory approach is collaborative, person-centered, and tailored to the unique needs of each supervisee. I believe in creating a safe and non-judgemental space where counsellors can openly discuss their cases, challenges, and personal growth as practitioners. I provide constructive feedback, encourage self-reflection, and foster a strengths-based perspective to help counsellors navigate the complexities of virtual therapy.
My primary goal as a supervisor is to support counsellors in their professional growth and success. I work collaboratively with each supervisee to establish clear objectives and develop a supervisory plan that addresses their unique needs and goals. Through regular online supervision sessions, I help counsellors enhance their online skills, navigate ethical dilemmas, and refine their virtual therapeutic practice.
In online supervision sessions, I utilise secure and confidential platforms to ensure privacy and confidentiality. I create a space where counsellors can openly discuss their cases, explore complex client dynamics, and receive guidance and feedback.
As a supervisor, I strictly adhere to ethical guidelines and maintain confidentiality in all online supervision sessions. I prioritise the privacy of supervisees and ensure that any information shared is treated with the utmost confidentiality, with exceptions made only when legal and ethical obligations require disclosure.
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