SupervisionSupervision is a space for exploring, reflecting, learning, challenging oneself and for reflexive practice. It is a step into a playful space where anything is possible, testing out ideas, reflecting on practice and theory, before returning to the present and linking next steps into practice.
I offer Integrative Supervision incorporating art, creative writing, journalling, collage, drama, archetypes, metaphor, music, movement and storytelling for individuals, groups and organisations.
I have a Masters Degree in Consultative Supervision and have supervised at Cruse Bereavement Care, Self-Injury Self-Help, Bristol Crisis Service for Women with individual telephone and group sessions, and HMP Ashfield, Off The Record, St Peter's Hospice, and individually in private practice with counsellors and other workers in a wide range of settings including people working in Child Protection, and Spiritual Counselling.
If you would like to discuss possible ways to work together, please don't hesitate to contact me and I will be happy to talk about your ideas.