Supervision

The models of supervision that have informed my practice are rooted in person-centred philosophy and practice, drawing on the normative, formative and restorative tasks of supervision (Inskipp and Proctor) and Hawkins and Shohet’s seven-eyed process model. My approach as a supervisor is collaborative, helping to facilitate the supervisee’s process of reflection and consideration of their work with clients.  It is relational, creating a safe space allowing for the development of the supervisee’s internal supervisor to balance work with self care.

I am offering online supervision for the time being with some face to face work availability. I welcome any individuals seeking supervisory support to reflect on their practice such as counsellors (including newly qualified), healthcare workers, pastoral care workers or educators.

In order to work within BACP guidelines I would expect all Counselling supervisees to undertake 1.5 hours of supervision per month.

Please contact me to discuss fees, timings and any further information you require on 0781 3020376 or email me and I will respond within 12 hours.