Supervision

​If you are a counsellor, or work within any other helping and complementary professions, you may be interested in contacting me for supervision.

I believe that supervision is one of the most important elements of ongoing professional development.  Ideally, it provides a nurturing and creative space for you to process your work, identify new learning, attend to your self-care needs and ensure good ethical standards.

Important influences in my approach to supervision are Hawkins and Shohet's seven-eyed model and Tudor and Worrall's series Freedom to Practise.

I work from a person-centred foundation and seek to foster a relationship where you feel able to share freely in a safe and empowering environment.

 

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