Sue Daniels is a Senior Accredited member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP), she is qualified, experienced and trained to provide clinical supervision. It is a requirement of the BACP that all clinical supervisors whatever their background or approach, also receive their own regular clinical supervision, which ensures they are working safely and ethically. This is to protect the supervisees they work with, their clients as well as themselves.
Code of Ethics:
Sue works within the Framework of the BACP code of ethics & practice and is subject to the complaints procedure therein.
The fundamental values of counselling and psychotherapy include a commitment to:
- Respecting human dignity & rights
- Ensuring the integrity of practitioner/service user relationships
- Alleviating personal distress & suffering
- Fostering a sense of self that is meaningful to the person(s) concerned
- Increasing personal effectiveness
- Enhancing the quality of relationships between people
- Appreciating the variety of human experience and culture
Taken from: Values of Counselling & Psychotherapy - BACP (Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling & Psychotherapy)
As well as with practicing or student counselling, Sue uses the above Ethical Framework for group, organisational or individual Clinical Supervision outside of the counselling/psychotherapy arena.
For Clinical Supervision availability please contact Sue directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07751 564158 to leave a voice mail.
Clinical Supervision Sessions can be provided face to face in Louth or Lincoln, or by Video or Telephone call - standard fees apply to whichever model you choose.
Fees are payable by bank transfer one day before the 90 minute session is mutually arranged.
All Clinical Supervision follows a brief telephone consultation where you will be asked to provide, Insurance and Qualifications relating to the service that you currently provide.