I regard supervision as being an important space for practitioners to explore their work with clients and also develop professionally and personally. I experience effective supervision as being an investment in our professional lives as well as being an important element in therapists' self care. I aim to create a respectful, supportive and stimulating space for reflection in which we can co-create curiousity and enquiry into your work. It is this that I believe facilitates better understand and brings meaning to the issues that arise in supervision.
My model of supervision reflects my integrative and relational approach. I have an Advanced Diploma in Supervision (NCS Accredited)
I currently supervise experienced and trainee psychotherapists and counsellors in my private practice.
Previously I supervised counsellors in a charity offering counselling to young people.