Clinical Supervision

Since qualifying as a clinical supervisor in 2012 I have thoroughly enjoyed developing this aspect of my work.  I undertook my training at The Link Centre in Sussex and my approach is grounded in the systemic, psychodynamic and creative modalities.

Clinical supervision is requirement for counsellors, psychotherapists and counselling/clinical psychologists. Whilst the scope and nature of each supervision brief is designed together at the outset, at its core lies an opportunity to explore and reflect on the work and its impact on the practitioner as well as any ethical issues that need consideration.

“There are many definitions of supervision, with each supervisory relationship and process being unique in its own right. Add to this the variables of therapeutic method, supervisory roles such as teacher, counsellor and consultant and the supervisee’s developmental stage, and it is clear that no two relationships will perform identical functions” – Borders & Brown, 2005).

For those working outside of the psychological field, clinical supervision offers an opportunity to unpack the psychological issues at play in their work. To date I have been delighted to work with social workers, crisis teams, clergy, and physical therapists as well as child and adult counsellors and psychotherapists.

As an Arts therapist I have particular experience in the use of creative approaches within supervision and am eager to support those wanting to learn more about these methods.

Supervision is available on an individual and a group basis. To discuss options and availability please get in touch using the contact form.

Get in Touch

If you’d like to find out more about the services I offer, or arrange an initial consultation, you can contact me here.