Supervision is a chance for practitioners to reflect upon their work with clients in a trusting, collaborative relationship that is both supportive and challenging. Underpinning the relationship is mutual openness, respect and understanding. This enables supervision to be empowering and a place where great difficulties can be explored in the knowledge that the purpose of the work is to assist in the supervisees development rather than stand in judgement of it. This also enables practitioners the best possible chance of meeting their clients needs and to practice in an ethical manner.
A one to one relationship which can be delivered face to face, over the telephone or via on line platforms. I supervise work with qualified and trainee counsellors .
Sessions are typically 1.5 -200 hours per month or dependant on client hours and supervision requirements in relation to that
Minimum numbers 2
Maximum numbers 4
The group can be made up of either qualified counsellors or trainees or a mixture of both, usually working for the same organisation.
Sessions are typically 1.5 - 2.00 hours per month or dependant on group numbers
Individual or group supervision for practitioners holding case loads in community social care/ health organisations
Sessions are typically 1-5-2.00 hours per month