Supervision for Counsellors & Psychotherapists

Are you looking for individual clinical supervision or to join a supervision group?
If so, I can offer you:

+ An intuitive and understanding outlook where sharing insights is encouraged.

+ Interest, involvement and commitment to serving your clients through helping you. This would include not only facilitating a greater understanding of your client’s issues but also a greater understanding of your process in the counselling interaction.

+ Alternative ideas and creative working processes and other educational input if appropriate and depending on your experience and needs. 

+ Encouragement and appropriate challenge

+ Particularly for trainees, a calming and holding environment suitable for some revelations about your work which might otherwise seem a bit too risky to disclose. 
My supervision practice is based on an extensive background in personal growth theories and techniques stretching over 30 years. I am able to offer support and advice in an integrative way, including humanistic, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioural and transpersonal modalities, as well as many other creative and helpful approaches which have proven to be of value through empirical feedback from clients over many years.

I believe that there is no one modality which is all-inclusive enough to help all people all of the time. The depth of the individual’s mind is subtle and complex and the relationship between client and therapist compounds this. Therefore, this work requires us to be as knowledgeable and flexible as we can in order to adapt to the immediate therapeutic situation prepared with as many interventions as possible.

I completed my Diploma in Group and Indiviual Supervision in 2003 with CCPE (Centre for Counselling & Psychotherapy Education) having also undertaken a trainee clinical placement in supervision at WLCC (West London Centre for Counselling).

Here is the link to my Supervision Fee details. 
Here is a link, for interested trainees, about the requirements and costs involved in pursuing this profession, which are often not spelt out on a training course. PLEASE CLICK HERE

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