Supervision

I work as a supervisor to counsellors and therapists, in support of your work with your clients.

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My approach to supervision is reflective, encouraging and challenging, and embraces different orientations.

Although my training is integrative transpersonal, I also work with students and therapists trained in psychodynamic and person-centred schools.

In a relaxed and reflective environment, I encourage you to talk about your work, explore challenges and successes, help you manage boundaries and gain confidence as a therapist. We might reflect on parallel processes, explore transference and counter-transference, work with the bodily sense and use visualisation, drawing or meditation.

By looking at the therapeutic relationship through the lens of the supervisory relationship, we can learn more about your clients and how best to serve them.

Counsellors and therapists often work in isolation, so supervision is a place where you can openly explore your work and learn how to develop a successful practice as part of a therapeutic community.

“We see things not as they are, but as we are.”

H M Tomlinson