I would describe my supervisory style as a psychologically integrative approach to promote insight and reflection. I help to identify choices and responsibilities to provide an environment for growth and change. 

Supervision is specifically tailored to meet the needs of supervisees and their clients. My own ('home-base') core modalities, include person-centred therapy, transactional analysis, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), cognitive analytical therapy (CAT), neuro linguistic programming (NLP) and psycho-educational models.

I achieve self-management through personal responsibility in record keeping and continued professional development. Comprehensive understanding and application of the BACP code of Ethics and Good Practice. On going supervised practice.

I have a sound knowledge of the local referral network.

Key accomplishments:

Teaching the Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy

Teaching the Diploma for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Designed and delivered workshops for CPD to peers and colleagues.  



SUPERVISION MODELS



Supervision models I like to use include the Pluralist Model (Cooper & McCleod), and also the Seven Eyed Model (Hawkins & Shohet). For instance, as with the latter model, key areas addressed within supervision include:  

Mode 1 Practice
Mode 2 Clinical intervention
Mode 3 System and co-creative dance
Mode 4 Therapists Counter Transference 
Mode 5 Parallel Process
Mode 6 The Counter Transference for the Supervisor
Mode 7 The Wider Context - The Organisational mode 


Supervision group coming soon...



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