Jayne Archer

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Supervisor • she/her
MBACP BA (Hons) PG Dip
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Bristol, BS6
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Supervision details

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I have worked in educational, NHS, charity and private sector settings delivering supervision. I originally worked as a long arm supervisor for the University of St Mark and St John, supporting students through Masters Level Youth and Community training. I moved into Clinical work in 2008 and have extensive experience of working in Children and Young people's services, so am sensitive to the complexities of working with safeguarding and risk. I have also provided coaching and supervision to leaders and managers who are seeking to reflect upon and improve their performance. 

I am an experienced Integrative Counsellor and also hold a Diploma in Supervision and predominantly use the Hawkins and Shohet 7-eye model as the basis of my approach as it integrates the relational and systemic aspects of supervision, which is particularly helpful lens for those working in and alongside organisations. Our work will also be considered within an Anti-Oppressive framework.  This means becoming more aware of our own bias so that we can adapt and attend to the impact of power and difference in the therapeutic relationship.

The work we do can often be emotionally challenging and I aim for the supervision space to be restorative and compassion focussed. I may invite practical, creative and mindfulness activities to help you reflect upon and process the work in a more embodied way.  Wherever you are at on your journey,  I will tailor supervision to meet your needs and consider the context/modality, level of training and ethical framework in which the work is delivered.

My fee for one hour supervision is £50 and I offer a reduced rate for counsellors/coaches in training.

I work both online and face to face in Bristol on a Friday.

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Online platforms

Google Meet

Type of session

In person

I hold a Diploma in Supervision recognised by the NCPS and work with Counsellors, Coaches and other Wellbeing Professionals.