As a Supervisor I see my role as one of supporting you to reflect on your practice and integrate the theory into what you are actually doing in the room. I believe Supervision is about bringing yourself, what are you experiencing, what you might be finding challenging, it's also a place to recognise what's working well. It should also provide a safe place to process the impact of the work you do, supporting the supporter and I can offer when appropriate, some ideas from my own bag of tools.
I have experince of Tutoring on a Diploma in Counselling course so am well placed to Supervise students and I also supervise Support Workers and well as experienced Counsellors. I aim to support without judgement, give you a safe space to explore your work and support you to develop and grow as a Counsellor, whether you are still training or have years of experience there is always more to learn, I know even after all this time, its rare for me to leave my own Supervision without having had that 'ah, that's what that was' moment.