Supervision should be a safe place for you to explore your work as a counsellor, sex therapist or other client-facing professional, and to reflect on your feeling regarding your clients. It should also be a challenging experience that allows you to increase your confidence, skills and knowledge.
Safe but challenging supervision means:
The contract covers:
My style of supervision is based on the belief that supervision is a process. It is not dependent upon a particular counselling theory and, for example, I work harmoniously with person-centred counsellors and with psychosexual therapists.
I am also happy to work with professionals from outside the counselling and therapy professions, for example I supervise a social worker. I aim to work in a collegiate way – we are colleagues working together towards a common goal.
For times and prices please see supervision services.
If you are interested in booking a session or have a question, then please contact me.