Ensuring safety and encouraging growth with an egalitarian approach.

I know how important it is to work with a supervisor who compliments your style of working whilst guiding and encouraging growth in your practice, so here’s a bit about me… I’m nature orientated and use analogies to aid therapy work. I’m Person-Centred and creatively trained with a passion for Jungian psychology, and I am very driven when it comes to supporting counsellors with their practice.

Counselling supervision with myself involves regular meetings where counsellors can discuss their cases, ethical dilemmas, and personal reactions to their work. Through this reflective dialogue, I will offer feedback, guidance, and mentorship. This helps counsellors gain deeper insights into their practice and refine their therapeutic skills.

Where appropriate, I also incorporate my training as a Creative counsellor within counselling supervision sessions. Providing creative supervision injects a dynamic and innovative dimension into the traditional supervisory process. This approach encourages counsellors to explore their therapeutic work through various creative mediums, such as art, storytelling and role-play. It can be particularly beneficial in helping counsellors navigate complex or challenging cases, as it enables them to view issues from different angles and access unique solutions. By embracing creativity in supervision, counsellors can not only refine their clinical skills but also find renewed inspiration and passion in their work.

I work with both qualified and trainee counsellors. All reports required for training are completed at no additional cost.

Sessions are charged at £60.00 per 1.5 hours, which can either be split in to two 45 minute sessions per month or kept as one 1.5 hour session.

I abide by the BACP supervision competence framework, which can be found here. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.