Supervisor Profile

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BA (Hons), MNCS (Snr Accred), BACP (Reg), EMDR UK

Supervision details

Are you a qualified counsellor looking for professional quality supervision? Are you in another helping profession and would value a safe space to process work stresses and find renewed vitality and creativity in your work?

I am a qualified supervisor with a Postgraduate Diploma in Consultative Supervision and have been practising supervision since 2009. I am an approved supervisor for the National Counselling Society. I have extensive experience of providing supervision to trainee and qualified counsellors and other helping professionals, both on a one-to-one basis and in groups, in private practice and in organisational settings. I have supervised counsellors working in private practice and for a range of agencies, including The Bridge, Western Counselling, Somewhere House, Network Counselling and SARSAS. I have supervised students from the following training establishments: Bristol University, UWE, Iron Mill, City of Bristol College, Weston College, Bridgwater College and Network Counselling and Training. My supervision model is rooted in my person-centred philosophy and practice, and draws from Hawkins and Shohet’s seven-eyed process model and the normative, formative and restorative tasks of supervision (Inskipp and Proctor, 1993, 1995). As a supervisor, my aims are to facilitate your process of exploration and reflection on your work and on your therapeutic relationships, helping you to develop your own ‘internal supervisor’, and to support you in taking care of yourself.

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Room 16, Pure Offices, 137, Pastures Avenue, St Georges, Weston-Super-Mare, North Somerset, BS22 7SB

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Online platforms

Zoom

Type of session

In person
Online

Are you a qualified counsellor looking for professional quality supervision? Are you in another helping profession and would value a safe space to process work stresses and find renewed vitality and creativity in your work? I am a qualified supervisor with a Postgraduate Diploma in Consultative Supervision and have been practising supervision since 2009.

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