Training in supervision is not something that I took lightly. I know just how much I value my own supervision and have heard many stories from other counsellors where they don’t feel the same. I knew that if I went down the route of training then I would want to be the type of supervisor that cares, listens, and really wants to help you work the best that you can, by myself working the best that I can.
A bit about me…I qualified as a counsellor and straight away set up a counselling department within the school that I was working in, while still continuing to volunteer at my placement in a Hospice. I also set up my own private practice that includes counselling as well as workshops for well-being. Just because I feel so passionate about the field of counselling and psychotherapy, I then went on to become a tutor at the local college teaching CPCAB courses to train other counsellors. So, I have experience in many different areas.
I also love to work creatively. I know when I was looking for a supervisor that had knowledge of working with children and young people, understood working creatively, and experience of private practice…well…it was impossible! This was one of the things that led me to train as a supervisor.
If this sounds to you like we might be able to work together, then please contact me and we can arrange for a meeting to discuss if we both feel we could work together.