Clinical supervision is not therapy but is instead a safe space for discussion,
guidance and exploration of your practice.
Supervision ensures that your clients are being supported by you in a way that is
ethical, safe and in their best interests.
For some roles it is a requirement to have your work supervised.
However there may be other reasons for having supervision:
-If you’re working with vulnerable people
-Feeling unable to talk over your professional concerns with colleagues
-Need some guidance in developing your practice
I am trained in a supervision approach which is creative
and encompasses all modalities.
As well as therapists and counsellors, I can supervise
public sector staff
I have a particular interest in supporting teaching staff and
have many years experience of working in schools.
For further details on what supervision is about,
please read my blog on creative supervision here.
Individual supervision can ensure your practice is safe, help with dilemmas, provide guidance on ethical issues and assist in developing your practice.
Group supervision can be very effective in promoting well-being, supporting collegial relationships, helping to resolve conflict, and improving communication and motivation
If you would like to make an enquiry about supervision
book a free 20 minute phone consultation.