I am a qualified supervisor with a Level 6 Diploma in Supervision (distinction). I provide supervision to trainee and qualified counsellors and psychotherapists for mental health charities, schools and the helping professions, both on an individual basis and in groups. In a confidential setting, I offer a warm, caring, nurturing, and compassionate therapeutic environment where counsellors and psychotherapists can present their clients, feeling safe and not judged.
Supervision involves a number of relationships between clients, counsellor and supervisor. I trained integratively and draw on Inskipp & Proctor’s Supervisory Alliance Model (1995), which encompasses the supervisory tasks through its 3 functions: normative (managerial/administrative), restorative (supportive) and formative (educative/learning).
My supervision wheel illustrates these 3 functions in the outer circle, maintaining a focus and underpinning the relationship. The Relationship in the inner circle has the priority relationship between supervisee and clients in the middle. The arrows illustrate the other relationships, which my supervisee and myself, as supervisor, have with her clients, the agency, and training organisation, where relevant.
"Our supervision sessions are a good balance between clients and myself. I appreciate you being nurturing, encouraging and reassuring as well as challenging of myself and insightful. I think that helps me a lot."
"Our relationship is very professional but also friendly and grounding. You never appear to judge and are supportive and approachable. You signpost books and resources relevant to specific issues and clients, and always give me the space and time to examine and develop insight and self awareness. As a counsellor, I fully appreciate how much more effective my learning is when I'm able to see things for myself!"
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