Supervision

I believe supervision is an opportunity where we can meet and discuss the aspects of the therapeutic relationship provided to your clients and the interventions used in your sessions.

I hope that as a Supervisor I am able to help my supervisees with any anxiety, any concerns, any parallel processes etc that might give them concerns.  I hope to help them develop processes that can be used to support their professional practice.

Model of Supervision

The underpinning model I utilitse is Michael Carroll’s (1996) Integrative Generic model which covers the seven tasks of supervision.  The tasks are

To create the learning relationship

To teach

To evaluate

To monitor professional ethical issues

To counsel

To consult

To monitor the administration aspects.

I also utilise creative tools, like sand trays, sculpting and puppets that allows us to look at your client relationships

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