The key to effective supervision is a trusting and honest relationship that will allow you to explore your clinical work from primarily a relational perspective.
I can offer many years of experience and knowledge working within the Public and Health Sectors with vulnerable individuals and families affected by poverty, poor housing , addiction issues and the impact of illness and loss on lives.
I have a particular interest in identity issues and role transition: supporting individuals to adapt to changes in roles and expectations in the developmental life cycle and specific circumstances where adjustment to change is not a welcoming choice.
I work in a non-directive style in supervision where you are able to use the space in the way you feel you want to and we may explore together what you choose to bring.
I welcome the use of different mediums to explore your feelings evoked by working with clients so that the work we do together can be non verbal as well as talking and listening and experiencing together in a relational way.
If you would like more information about the way we could work together I am willing to meet with you initially to explore this before you decide to commit.
We will regularly review are work together and relate this work to your ethical framework.
I will offer you the opportunity in every supervision session to reflect on your own self-care and find ways in your practice to nurture and nourish your own self, whilst keeping a key focus on your clients' needs.
I have a Diploma in Relational Supervision and my professional body is B.A.C.P.
PLEASE NOTE: I am not taking on new Supervisees at present