What is it?
Supervision is a requirement for counsellors and psychotherapist as well as coaches and many others in the helping professions (Safeguarding officers, nurses, pastoral care in schools and a range of other care-givers).
In therapy work we consider change to be best supported by relationships in which difficulties can be explored and challenged so that good practice can be advanced.
Supervision offers to practitioners a fresh perspective or insight as well as support in their practice.
My approach is deeply relational. I believe that relating to others is the central part that shapes who we are and what we do.
In supervision we will explore the dynamic with self, client and therapist to enhance the therapeutic work.
Who is it for?
- Qualified counsellors and psychotherapists
- Anyone in the profession who needs support with their case loads.
The purpose of supervision is to provide a safe and supportive opportunity for the therapist to engage in critical reflection in order to raise issues, review work with clients, explore problems and discover new ways of handling both the situation and oneself.
Supervision has the potential to enhance professional development and often personal development.
Contact me to find out more about my supervisory sessions and how they can help you – I offer both individual (one to one) and group sessions.
For more information, watch the YouTube video: Supervision Curious – Why supervision in Education is Essential.