I provide a confidential and reflective and supportive space for qualified and trainee counsellors and psychotherapists to explore their client work including the unconscious processes they may be encountered within the triad of the client counsellor supervisor relationship and the field where these relationships take place. I use the seven-eyed model as the basis for the work.
My aim is to build trust to enable supervisees to feel comfortable with whatever they may like to bring and to feel comfortable with responsibility and challenge. A commitment to learning from both the supervisor and supervisee from whatever issues arise helps to build trust.
I have always enjoyed the reflective space supervision provides as well as learning more about myself and my clients. My intention is that supervisees will find a value in supervision including support and learning.
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Accredited register membership
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