Supervision can be in groups or one to one and can mean different things to different people. In my experience, no two therapists and no two supervisors practice alike (although some can be very similar). Supervision is therefore an ongoing developmental encounter which seeks to support and hold the supervisee through the various challenges of therapeutic practice whilst balancing the needs of the client too. I aim to bridge good ethical practice with relational, human and authentic support. Whilst trained in gestalt and existential modes of therapy, like many therapists I am quite pluralistic in practice and this is true of my supervision work too.
I have trained to level 8 (doctorate) Existential Supervision and Group Leadership and bring passion and enthusiasm to my work. If you would like to explore the possibility of supervision with me please get in touch for an informal chat or an initial session.