This work may include discussing issues they are experiencing with specific clients as well as reflecting on professional and personal development.
We offer one to one supervision, where we may support, educate and facilitate processes that supervisees bring to sessions by encouraging them to reflect on what may be going on in specific sessions, with clients or their work, thus enabling them to learn from the experience and work ethically, safely and effectively. We are able to work with trainees and qualified practitioners from different modalities as we have an integrative approach.
Supervision can be carried out over the phone or face to face. The BACP guidelines
state that practitioners must receive a minimum of 1.5 hours supervision per month. For experienced practitioners, both the BACP and the UKCP recognise that the amount of supervision you need also depends on your workload, the nature of your work and your level of experience. The higher your workload and the more stressful the nature of your work, eg working with traumatised or abused clients, the more supervision you are likely to need.