I offer a safe, collaborative, and non-judgemental approach where you can explore the many different aspects of your work and professional development.

Supervision seeks to provide a safe and confidential space in which counsellors can reflect and discuss all aspects of their practice, without breaching client confidentiality. It also allows them to reflect on the impact of their work on their personal and professional lives.

My current supervision philosophy combines person-centred, solution-focused, cognitive behavioural and mindfulness theories. I see these theories as an extension of who I am as a person and a therapist. My supervisory practice is underpinned by the Hawkins and Shohet model of supervision combined with other methods of supervision. 

Throughout supervision, it’s important to encourage supervisees’ development as counsellors. As encouragement of development occurs, supervisors are facilitating the “emergence of innate talent that lies latent within” the practising counsellor. I believe that by acknowledging my supervisee’s natural talent this helps build their confidence, which allows them to learn to trust in their counselling techniques.

I offer a free initial session.  Each 90-minute session thereafter is £55 for trained counsellors and £45 for student counsellors.