Supervision is an invaluable opportunity to examine your response to your work as a Counsellor or Psychotherapist.
Much of what we do as practitioners is either intuitive or created out of the relationship between therapist and client.
As a supervisor I aim to provide a safe space where the practitioner can explore anything and everything that happens in a session or in a response to a session.
My core philosophy of therapeutic change is based on Formative Psychology, the work of Stanley Keleman. Working formatively, paying attention to the therapist's experience in the room, together with my respect for all schools of psychotherapy and my interest in research and neuroscience provides a solid foundation for supervision whatever school of therapy or counselling your initial training was in.