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COUNSELLOR 

– SUPERVISION

Supervision is recommended for anyone providing therapeutically based services, working in roles that require regularly giving or receiving emotionally challenging communications, or engaging in relationally complex and challenging roles.

 

I offer an integrative approach to supervision for qualified and trainee counsellors. I enjoy working within a professional, collaborative and supportive environment, encouraging you in your counselling work and training.

Building and working on the context of your clients and how they impact you promotes an insight and perspective of your case load. I provide Supervision to ensure standards, advance learning and stimulate higher quality therapeutic work. Working in this way, resilience and consistency can be achieved.

Benefits of Supervision

  • Better outcomes for service users.

  • Better professional relationships.

  • Opportunities to reflect and link knowledge and practice.

  • Increased confidence.

  • Skill development.

  • Greater awareness and understanding.

  • Reduced stress.

If you are a Student undertaking your 100hrs Practice Hours or a Professional Counsellor, please get in touch to arrange Supervision Appointments.

"Supervision is a Requirement of Any Counselling Membership"

"Promoting Your Professional Career as a Counsellor"

"Effective Supervision for Counsellors; for Students or Professionals; Sustaining Personal Development in the Language of Therapeutic Services"

What is Supervision?

​Supervision is essential for sustaining good practice. Choosing your supervisor is an important task that requires research, reflection and a robust awareness of your own professional needs to ensure the safety of your clients and the integrity of your practice.

What I Believe

I believe that the most important element of Counsellor Supervision is the relationship that forms between a Client and his or her Counsellor, and the relationship between Counsellor and Supervisor. I will provide you with a supportive, non-judgemental environment in which you can explore and understand your clients and yourself at your own pace in a way that strengthens your Practice.  I believe in an approach that helps Counsellors to identify their own strengths and current working skills and strategies, and which looks at ways that these can be enhanced to address current situations or challenges. 

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Want to Train as a Counsellor Supervisor?

Join Our

Accredited Diploma in Supervision

at Ridgeway College

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