I work relationally, underpinned by psychodynamic and person-centred methodologies. I am supportive and encouraging, and I am respectfully challenging in order to facilitate your own ways of working with clients and your professional development.
Working ethically and to clients’ therapeutic benefit are high priorities for me. Yet, the way I engage in supervision is less about ‘supervising’ you in a hierarchical approach and more about being alongside you in a mutual interest in deepening your understanding of your therapeutic work and yourself in your work.
Although I see clients with a variety of presenting concerns, I do have areas in which I specialise: grief and loss, suicidality, bereavement by suicide, anger, disability, relationship issues, and sexual concerns. I also work with groups, a way of working that I quite enjoy. Whether I’m working with individuals or groups, boundaries, ethics, integrity, curiosity, openness, and relational presence are important to me.
My supevision trainings are through The Grove and Physis, both of which support integrative supervision models.
Supervision sessions are for one hour or an hour and a half, depending on your needs. Frequency might be monthly or fortnightly, again depending on what you need. The fee is £60/hour for private practitioners. Payments can be made:
- by cash (in person)
- BACS (I’ll provide you with bank details)
Supervision in person is at 3 Coates Place. Video sessions are via Zoom.