The BACP Ethical Framework for Good Practice requires all counsellors to have regular and sufficient supervision.
Supervision is a working alliance between a supervisor and counsellor in which, the counsellor can offer an account of their work, reflect on it and receive feedback. The aim of this relationship is to enable the counsellor to gain in ethical competence, confidence and creativity and to ensure that the counsellor is addressing the needs of the client.
I am able to supervise counsellors covering a range of therapeutic approaches to :
•Help you feel supported in your clinical work
•Learn the skills and techniques you need to create more effective interventions for your clients and achieve more successful outcomes as a result.
•Improve your confidence with therapy
•Help develop your therapeutic approach
•Share and resolve concerns you have with your work in a safe, confidential and non judgmental environment
•Feel 'stuck' with clients? We can help you to work through this, enabling you to move forward with your clients
•Help you with your professional development
•Help ensure the safeguarding of your clients, including ethical decision making
Students and newly qualified counsellors also welcome.