For students and established counsellors and therapists

Individual and group sessions available

Professional clinical supervision is a supportive, educational, and therapeutic process where you can explore and enhance your knowledge and skills as a therapist and improve the way you work with your clients.

It is a supportive approach to discuss cases, provide objective feedback, and offer guidance based on your personal and professional needs. It presents an opportunity to learn and practise skills so you can maximise your performance as a therapist and feel more competent in your work.

For some therapists, especially students, the idea of clinical supervision can feel very daunting. To ease any concerns, during the initial session I provide a clear, supportive, and guided framework for you to ask questions, reflect on your supervision needs, and begin to explore any pressing issues.

Clinical Supervision

Clinical Group Supervision - (by request)

Group supervision is a facilitated group that explores similar areas as individual clinical supervision. However, as a group this type of supervision provides new perspectives, learning opportunities, additional support, and networking opportunities.

Some people find that group supervision complements their individual sessions as it creates a space of increased learning and development – often around areas they didn’t know much about before.

My facilitated groups are small, personable, and usually consist of around four members. The length of the session is two hours to provide each member enough time to discuss their areas of concern and ask questions.

What is required from clinical supervision will vary from therapist to therapist and will depend on experience and practise.

If group supervision is something you may be interested in, please contact me to find out more.

Here are some common areas discussed:

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  • Difficult or challenging cases
  • Ethical dilemmas/standards
  • Strategies, techniques and models
  • Feeling stuck
  • Private practice – Set up and/or challenges
  • Whether a niche is important
  • Students – where or how to start working, networking etc
  • How to find a job
  • Emotional support
  • Recognising patterns
  • Preventative measures – burnout
  • Self-care
  • Monitoring boundaries
  • Confidence and motivation
  • Sounding board to share emotional load

Some benefits of regular clinical supervision:

  • Increased skills and knowledge
  • Additional education
  • Understanding, support and acknowledgement
  • Valuable guidance
  • Healthier boundaries
  • Increase of confidence and motivation
  • Improved self-care
  • Gain new resources
  • New perspectives

As you can see, there are many benefits of clinical supervision. I believe this regular support and ongoing personal and professional development is crucial to your growth as a therapist and when helping your clients.

Most importantly, my aim as your clinical supervisor is for you to feel skilled, confident, and competent in yourself and in your work.

Professional support and guidance to assist you in your ongoing development.


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For students and established counsellors and therapists.
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