I have been providing supervision to trainee and qualified practitioners since the early 2000’s, and obtained my Diploma in Integrative Clinical Supervision from CPPD (UK) in 2004. The majority of my supervisees tend to be psychotherapists and counsellors, but I have also worked effectively with psychological well-being practitioners, social workers and counselling psychologists.
I see supervision as a place to bring any issue that arises from or impacts on your therapeutic practice. A favourite definition of supervision, which aligns with my own view, is: “Supervision aims to facilitate the development of clinical and personal skills in the context of a relationship in which the therapist feels safe enough to make mistakes” (COSRT). In supervision as in therapy, I see the quality of the relationship as key to effective clinical outcomes.
My standard fee for clinical supervision is £55 per consultation if self-funded and £65 if an organisation is paying for the supervision.