I offer supervision from a pluralistic framework using a feminist and skilled helper model to guide my work. My practice is with couples, individuals and families and I work with complex trauma, child/parent issues, communication skills and neurodivergence. Relationship therapy is my main focus and I also have a small eco therapy practice and offer eco supervision for supervisees looking to expand their confidence with this practice, or who work within nature already. My supervision style is one of supporting and building professional confidence and independence whilst holding what you need me to alongside you. We all thrive when we are heard and seen and I know the toll that can come with holding heavy themes over long periods. Trust is as essential as challenge and I want to know how you want your professional progression to look and how supervision can play a part in your journey to meeting those goals and working within your truth and integrity as a practitioner.
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