I have completed supervisor training in June 2023 & am currently in the process of completing practice hours for the next 4 months (April/May 2024).
I am offering free online supervision or at a rate of £10 to cover room costs for in person during this time.
I am person-centred supervisor. I am able to offer no cost sessions as I consolidate the supervision training & then concessionary rates are available.
I have been trained in the seven-eyed model of supervision and IDM.
Personally I love having supervision as I find it a time to look back over the last few weeks and with the help of another person can see what has gone well & what was difficult.
Most importantly I value supervision as my supervisor cares about me, my wellbeing, my triggers and helps me look at situations with the the ethical framework. My own journey with supervisors has been an interesting one & I have found some styles of supervision less helpful and others absolutely incredible. My aim is to work with a supervisee in a way that they feel safe & contained to share their client work & not to feel judged: but encouraged to understand what is happening and sometimes why.
I really look forward to hearing from you: please visit my website to understand me as a counsellor and see how that fits with you and if you think I would be a good fit.
Supervision is essential for your practice & mine: I will therefore work with you to find what you need in supervision.
Initial session an informal one & will help to understand your needs and outline a contract.
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