Supervision your way
We provide clinical supervision to individual practitioners, group supervision and trainee counsellors. We also provide supervision on behalf of local organisations, as well as other professionals. Most commonly, this would be one-to-one, but we would consider facilitating small groups on request. While most of our supervisees are fellow counsellors and psychotherapists (or counselling students), we also offer supervision to people in other related professions—for example, coaches, mentors and support workers.
We do offer flexibility and creativity in the approach used, adapting it to meet the need and preference of each supervisee. Also can be tailored to some of the more creative methods we have used including sand-tray work, role play and psychodrama. Our overall aim is to provide supervisees with a safe, secure place where they can explore all aspects of their work.
While there is an essential degree of oversight to ensure safe practice, we believe that it is more effective and useful to help counsellors and psychotherapists to reflect on and learn from mistakes (and we all make them) than to take a more punitive approach. We also aim to challenge and develop supervisees, helping them gain confidence and proficiency, especially in the early years of practice.
We also have reduced rates for self-funding students and those in the first year of independent practice.