Counselling supervision

What is counselling supervision?

In the interest of both clients and therapists most professional organisations for counselling and psychotherapy require therapists to have regular supervision for their practice. This involves consulting an experienced colleague to reflect on all aspects of their practice. This can help the therapist to ensure they are practising safely and ethically and also provide them with support for what can be emotionally demanding work. The current BACP minimum requirement for this is 1.5 hours per month.

My approach to supervision

I aim to provide a safe and supportive environment where you feel secure enough to explore all aspects of your practice. As a person-centred supervisor I believe that our relationship is central to creating this environment. I hope this will encourage honest reflection as we explore your work together. I also aim to be honest and transparent in responding to you and any concerns either of us have about your practice. I believe that working together in this way you will not only feel supported in your own unique way of working with your clients, but you will also grow and develop as a therapist.

My experience and qualifications for supervision

In 2009 I completed an Advanced Diploma in the Supervision of Person-Centred Counsellors at Warwick University and I have been supervising both trainee and experienced counsellors since then.

Counselling Supervision

Fees for supervision

Fees for supervision are £45.00 per hour for private individuals. I offer a free initial consultation for supervision. Fees for organisations to be negotiated.

If you are looking for counselling supervision in the Nottingham area please contact me to discuss your needs further.