Friendly, supportive and nurturing supervision sessions.
- Build on your strengths as a practitioner
- Safe enough space to explore your vulnerabilities
- Reflect on your way of working and receive support
- Explore your edges and grow your awareness
- Benefit from shared practice-based research
- Understand your work in the wider context
- Humanistic, transpersonal and GSRD specialisms
- Buddhist informed spiritual ethics
Online and in Brighton.
I hold a psycho-spiritual counselling diploma (including integrative counselling, person-centred therapy, eco-therapy and transpersonal psychology), and extensive CPD in trauma, resilience and IFS therapy. I am experienced in working with young people, refugees, and clients from diverse life paths. I love to hold spaces where people can grow.
My counselling qualification meets the necessary criteria to provide therapeutic supervision according to the ethics of the BACP. I don't hold an advanced, specialised supervision diploma however I can provide general supervision supporting you with your clients, patients, students or participants. You may also work with an additional supervisor or group of peers to supplement your supervision and professional development interests.
I enjoy supporting counsellors, educators, facilitators and guides who share a dedication to increasing compassion and wellbeing in the world.
You will be committed to providing trauma-sensitive care for clients ensuring that your practice is inclusive, non-oppressive and allied with marginalised groups.
You will be oriented toward the six conditions of person-centred theory in your work with people. I can support you with this if you're unfamiliar.
You are warmly welcome, including if you are LGBTQIA+, working-class, with different abilities, neurodivergent, or a person of culture.
Practicalities: You are responsible for recording any session notes that you require. Our sessions may be by phone or WhatsApp call, or face-to-face, in a private space outdoors or indoors. 7 days notice of cancellation or rescheduling is greatly appreciated, when possible. Sessions are 1 hour and may be booked every two to four weeks, or as and when. You can pay an amount that is affordable to you.
If you feel that we could be a good match, please feel welcome to get in touch.
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