Effective. Professional. Straightforward. Tailored to you.
“Supervision” isn’t really a very good word for what we mean in this context. It conjures up ideas of “managers” and people telling you what to do -
It’s more like “consultancy” and what it means here is a collaborative relationship between equals, where our shared goals are:
To be a counsellor in a professional society and to be on an Accredited Register then you must have supervision regularly.
The widely accepted amount for most societies is a minimum of 90 minutes per calendar month, which is what I will contract with you for; more if your caseload is heavy.
I offer one-
I am qualified in and practise using both humanistic person-
I supervise using the Page and Wosket Cyclical Model as this feels to me to be the most flexible and adaptable model for use with a variety of different personalities and therapist styles. I supervise both student counsellors in their placement years and fully qualified practitioners.
Supervision sessions are usually 10.30am -
The fee (see top right) includes reasonable between-
For student clients, this fee also includes written reports for your course portfolio of evidence. All supervisees receive an annual written report of their supervision. Please contact me to get started.
Supervision is about safe, ethical practice.
Supervision is not mandatory for the majority of other therapists, including most complementary therapies and nursing. However, when dealing with people who are in distress or pain, it is reasonable to think that even a long-
If any of the following sound familiar then you might benefit from getting in touch for a chat:
The type of work you engage in is not an obstacle, provided it is practised in an ethical way. Fees are as shown above. Please contact me to talk about your practice and needs.
Whether you work in an agency or are in private practice, your policies and procedures are the first thing you need prior to writing your client contract (which should be on paper, not just given verbally to clients). Many people do not write a policies and procedures document but jump straight into their contract. Without this, though, how do you know what to put in the contract?
The two documents should be “living things” which are revised periodically. Is now the time to do that?
The basic package is a 2-
A poor contract can be responsible for a lot of stress, as clients will always find a way to challenge it. We can’t legislate for every single thing, but we can certainly make a good foundation which you can modify and build on through time.
Please get in touch to talk about how this can help your agency or business.