As counsellors, we all know that supervision is crucial to our practice.  It gives us the security of consulting another professional to help us look at the welfare of our clients and our own professional development through 'four eyes rather than two'.

I once read that supervision could be described as a “hall of mirrors” and I really liked this image of a reflective process, where we could look at our practice from different perspectives.

I am an experienced supervisor and I enjoy the collegial supervisory relationship with newly qualified or senior therapists, as well as supporting students through their training. I also offer supervision to other professionals who need additional support.

If you are looking for a supervisor, I would like to offer you a supportive space to help you reflect upon your practice and nurture your professional well-being, on the basis of open and honest communication with the security of safe ethical boundaries.

If you would like to contact me, please feel free to call or email me; my details are on my Contact Page.