I am a clinical supervisor and have experience in supervising a range of professionals involved in direct work with individuals and groups.
I believe that Supervision should provide a safe environment for the Supervisee where they can feel supported, listened to and understood. It is essential that the therapist feels able to discuss ‘mistakes’ and misstatements as well as triumphs and successes with the Supervisor. I aim to help supervisees find their own way of working while helping them to develop and hold a safe ‘therapeutic frame’ that contains the client.
I work with supervisees to fit their practice to the context in which they are working whether this be Private Practice, Voluntary Organisations, the NHS or for private firms. I have experience of working as a counselling psychotherapist in all of these types of organisations. I understand how where you work affects how you practice.
I work with supervisees to create a safe and boundaried way of working as I believe that secure boundaries offer the possibility of free and creative work for client and therapist.