Supervision

I have been a super­vi­sor for over twenty years, and a senior accred­ited super­vi­sor for over
thir­teen years. I have been work­ing with indi­vid­u­als and groups within the BACP guide­lines
and ethics for good practice.

Coun­selling Super­vi­sion is a for­mal and mutu­ally agreed arrange­ment for coun­sel­lors to
dis­cuss their work reg­u­larly… “(BACP Code of Ethics and Guide­lines for Good Prac­tice for
Super­vi­sors of Coun­sel­lors & Psy­chother­a­pists)”. The aim is to develop a rela­tion­ship with
your super­vi­sor who is there to help you reflect on your prac­tice and develop your
coun­selling work.

As an inte­gra­tive super­vi­sor I am expe­ri­enced in super­vis­ing groups and indi­vid­u­als in pri­vate
prac­tice, in train­ing organ­i­sa­tions and var­i­ous agen­cies. My aim in super­vi­sion is to pro­vide a
cre­ative atmos­phere so that you can explore and expe­ri­ence the rich­ness and vari­ety of your
work within your model.

Super­visees usu­ally con­tract for weekly, fort­nightly or monthly ses­sions of 50 mins –
100mins dura­tion. The fre­quency of super­vi­sion varies accord­ing to the vol­ume of
coun­selling, expe­ri­ence, work set­ting and pro­fes­sional require­ments. I pro­vide sup­port to
you with your case work mate­r­ial, ongo­ing pro­fes­sional devel­op­ment, includ­ing stu­dent
coun­sel­lors enrolled on train­ing courses and coun­sel­lors work­ing towards accreditation.

I pro­vide sup­port to you with your case work mate­r­ial, ongo­ing pro­fes­sional devel­op­ment,
includ­ing stu­dent coun­sel­lors enrolled on train­ing courses and coun­sel­lors work­ing towards
accreditation.

I offer dis­tance super­vi­sion through Skype or Face­time. Please click here for fur­ther information.