Supervision

I am able to offer individual and group supervision.
My training enables me to work with a wide
range of modalities; including therapists, health
and social workers, carers, teachers and more.

Time and Place

Venue

Church Farm, Dunton
Mondays and Fridays
8.00am to 4.00pm
Tel 01767 313 839

The Wyndham Centre, Baldock
Tuesdays and Thursdays
9.00am to 4.00pm
Tel 01462 893 586
www.wyndhamhealth.com

Length and Frequency

Negotiable

Fees

£40.00 per session

What is Supervision

It is about good practice. It should have a cooperative collegiate feel to it. Where the relationship between the supervisor and supervisee is encouraging, supportive and enabling. It should help the practitioner to reflect on their work, receive feedback and where appropriate guidance, so that they can offer the best possible service to their clients.

It is not about checking up on whether you are doing a good job or not. It is hopefully a safe place to explore the work and get ‘another pair of eyes’ to see what is happening.

New Trainees

If you have just finished your training you may be required to have supervision. This is to help support you starting out as a therapist.

Supervision will be a mix of support, encouragement and some guidance. It is often helpful in exploring ethical and boundary issues that may arise as you start to see new clients.

Supervision is not about checking up to see you whether your practice is correct.  It is useful though to have some guidance on what may or may not be appropriate interventions in your work.