Clinical Supervision

My approach to supervision includes the formation of a strong working relationship.

Supervision is to support you to reflect on your own feelings, thoughts, behaviours and general approach with your client work.   I will encourage you to reflect on how, as a counsellor, you relate to your clients and this may improve the value of your work.

I see supervision as a joint way of working to be able to support you to understand, reflect and consider how to continue work with clients and build on current ways of working.

I will encourage you to use the space work through any difficulties, recognise what has gone well and where to progress on considering CPD i.e. reading, websites, workshops or courses. 

I have been providing supervision for the past 5 years at SYEDA (South Yorkshire Eating Disorders Association), Central Notts Mind and in private practice.  I currently work in private practice with 5 supervisees, 4 are qualified counsellors working towards BACP Accreditation and 1 supervisee is a trainee Counsellor on placement.

My Supervision training has included:

 2009 - Cruse Bereavement Care - Certificate in Supervision 

 2014 - Nottingham Xtra - PG Diploma in Supervision.

 2016 - Skills Development Services (SDS) - Certificate in Supervision Skills & Theory