“Supervision is essential to how practitioners sustain good practice throughout their working life. Supervision provides practitioners with regular and ongoing opportunities to reflect in depth about all aspects of their practice in order to work as effectively, safely and ethically as possible. Supervision also sustains the personal resourcefulness required to undertake the work.
Good supervision is much more than case management. It includes working in depth on the relationship between practitioner and client in order to work towards desired outcomes and positive effects. This requires adequate levels of privacy, safety and containment for the supervisee to undertake this work. Therefore a substantial part or preferably all of supervision needs to be independent of line management.”
Good Practice, point 60-61 in the BACP Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions 2018
I offer a supportive environment where a therapist can regularly discuss and reflect on their work. The focus of supervision may include client's material, the counsellor's process, theory, ethical issues and self-care. My aim is to enable more awareness, confidence and ethical competence in order to offer clients the best service possible as well as assisting and supporting the development of the counsellor.
I offer supervision to counsellors and anyone in the helping professions.
I am an experienced and qualified supervisor with a Diploma in ‘Relationship-Based Supervision of Individuals & Groups’ by Ibis Consultancy and I am a BACP Senior Accredited Supervisor of Groups.
I am currently a supervisor at One Therapy Brighton and I have in the past worked as a clinical supervisor at Survivor’s Network, Cruse Bereavement Care, GamCare and BHT Mental Health & Wellbeing Services.
I can offer weekly, fortnightly or monthly supervision, individual or group, face to face or online.