Based on my values of the intrinsic worth of people, and of OK-OK relationships, I see the purpose of supervision as being to ensure that you become the best practitioner possible, through being
'Held, listened to, encouraged,
Challenged, confronted, stimulated,
Disciplined, informed, answerable.'
This accounts the needs of you as supervisee, your clients and the ethical requirements of our profession.
I hold a Certificate in Supervision (2006) and a Diploma in the Practice of Supervision (2009).
I have been endorsed since 2009 by EATA to supervise and train (PTSTA).
I offer supervision to qualified counsellors, trainee psychotherapists, and counsellors, and to those for whom interpersonal relationships from a significant part of their role at work.
I am a senior accredited supervisor with APSE, as well as a trainer in Pastoral Supervision with IPCS. https://www.pastoralcs.org.uk/
Pastoral supervision is defined as: a regular, planned, intentional and boundaried space. It is relational, spiritually/theologically rich, psychologically informed and contextually sensitive. For a more detailed description go to the APSE website: https://www.pastoralsupervision.org.uk/
I offer pastoral supervision to ministers of religion and to others for whom interpersonal relationships in a spiritual context form a significant part of their role.
I am an EMDR-Europe accredited EMDR Consultan and Supervisor. As well as providing client supervision for those who have completed a recognised training in EMDR, I support fellow EMDR therapists on their journey towards formal accreditation as practitioners.