Clinical supervision forms an essential part of ongoing professional & personal development. It is a formal arrangement and requirement for therapists to discuss their work regularly with someone who is experienced in both therapy and supervision.
Supervision should be formative as it allows development of knowledge, restorative as it allows us to process & offload what’s happening, and normative as it helps to ensure best practice and quality.
There may be differing requirements in terms of the number of supervision hours required, depending on your regulatory body. We can discuss and agree on these initially, before we contract into a professional arrangement. The contract will set out expectations regarding tasks, roles and responsibilities and the boundaries of confidentiality.
I offer Clinical Supervision at times which are convenient to you.