Supervision is available to both trainee and experienced counsellors. It can take the form of both talking therapies and using the arts.
The correct relationship between supervisor and supervisee is of paramount importance, if the supervisee is to gain both knowledge and understanding. It also feels important to me, that they feel supported throughout their practice. For this reason a half an hour introduction session is used, without charge, in order to ensure I can meet the needs of my supervisees and to see if the working relationship will be of benefit to the supervisee.
During supervision I prefer to discuss and evaluate rather than tell supervisees the most beneficial way forward with their clients. I have found that this encourages both growth and a deeper relational depth during supervision and practice. I will discuss BACP news and regulations whilst condiering ongoing training and personal development.
Please see the ‘about me’ page for details and information regarding my experience.
It is a requirement of BACP that each counsellor must have at least 1.5 hours of supervision a month in order to ensure safe practice.
Please contact me for further details. Concessions are available subject to individual circumstances.
Advanced Certificate in Counselling
Advanced Diploma in Counselling
BSc(Hons) Using the Creative and Expressive Arts in Counselling and Pshychotherapy
Level 3 in Leadership and Management
Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy passed with A Merit
Diploma in Counselling Supervision passed with Distinction
EICH Teaching Qualification
All classroom based
June 2020: Currently at Derby University studying a Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Supervision.