'As we grow as unique persons, we learn to respect the uniqueness of others.'
Robert Schuller

Supervision

Supervision


Supervision is an integral aspect of any ethical and safe counselling, coaching or management practice. The role of supervision is to enhance actual counselling, coaching or management practice, and enable therapists and managers, regardless of their school of thought or practice, to review, reflect upon and monitor their clinical or pastoral work to allow growth, development and adaptation of better ethical work practices and gain both hind and foresight into how you work, and how you can help others work more effectively. This is done through the provision of a safe, non-judgemental, supportive yet challenging environment where you can explore thoughts and ideas around your practice freely.


What is involved?

As a supervisee, your role will be to agree to abide by the Code of Ethics of your governing body, e.g. BACP, BPS, UKCP, etc. You would normally be working regularly with clients using your main theoretical model in a safe and ethical manner. Supervisees are also encouraged to be open to new and dynamic ways of working by looking at leading edge global, philosophical and psychological frameworks.


Sessions and how they work

Each session lasts 60 minutes and occurs on a mutually agreed basis ensuring you meet the minimum requirement of your governing body. You DO need to give a minimum of 2 days' notice of cancellation for whatever reason otherwise the session is payable in full. Please note, you will be charged the fee for 2 sessions at our first meeting, and then as we meet thereafter, this covers any missed sessions. Further details will be provided once you enter into a supervisory relationship. Call or email to book an appointment.

To book an appointment or for further information (not found on the website), please get in touch via the contacts page.