78 York Street. London W1H 1DP
I am a qualified Integrative Clinical Supervisor with over 25 years experience of providing supervision. I am on the UKCP Supervisors Register and am a BACP accredited supervisor. .
As an integrative supervisor I work with counsellors and psychotherapists who have trained in a variety of different models. I offer one-to-one and group supervision to qualified and trainee therapists from any theoretical background who are looking for a supportive and empowering relationship to explore their work with clients.
My aim for supervision is :
I work with The Seven Eyed Supervision Model.
The Seven-Eyed Supervision model was developed by Peter Hawkins and Robin Shohet in 1985, who integrated the relational and systemic aspects of supervision in a single theoretical model. The model is relational because it focuses on the relationships between client, therapist and supervisor and systemic because it focuses on the interplay between each relationship and their context within the wider system. The model is called “seven eyed” because it focuses on seven distinct aspects of the therapeutic process.
Focussing on the client may help you become more attuned to their motivation, needs and desires in the here-and-now of the therapeutic relationship. It can be an effective way of empathising with the client – experiencing the therapeutic relationship from their
By focussing on the interventions you use with clients, you can discover hidden aspects of your therapeutic relationships.
The Client-Therapist Relationship
When you and your client sit together in a session, you create something greater than the sum of its parts: a relationship. The therapeutic relationship is created in the here-and-now by both therapist and client.
The Therapist’s Process
If you can gain awareness of your process, you may discover an invaluable information that provides an opportunity to learn much about the client, yourself and the relationship between you that was previously unknown to you.
The Therapist-Supervisor Relationship
What happens in the counselling room may be played out between therapist and supervisor subsequently. This is often called parallel process. Parallel process may also operate in reverse – the relationship between you and your client may mirror what happens outside of your awareness between you and your supervisor!
The Supervisor’s Process
One of my tasks as a supervisor is to turn my attention to my own process similarly to how you as a supervisee turn your attention to your process. Focussing on my process helps me gain insight into parallel process an can help us identify how our relationship mirrors your relationship with your client.
The Wider Context
The wider context is the current and historical background of the client-therapist-supervisor relationship and is comprised of two important types of influence.
Qualified and experienced Psychotherapists and Counsellors
Psychotherapy and Counselling trainees
Work with adults
Work within Higher Education Institutions
Bristol University Counselling Service Westminster Mind
Various Voluntary Organisations
BACP Snr Accred. Supervisor
UKCP Register Supervisors
Metanoia Approved list of supervisors
I offer Online supervision through Skype, FaceTime or Zoom.
It is important that the working space reflects good practice in engaging within the therapeutic relationship, i.e. a lack of interruptions and distractions during the online session.
Sometimes if the signal is weak the picture is jerky, we may decide to turn the picture off and just use the audio function. If we find that we can’t make contact, or if we lose contact during a session, I will send you an email. You can do the same. So, if we are out of touch, check your email. If the service is unavailable I will contact you by phone just to say why I am not online, then we’ll reschedule.
Your personal details such as your name, and contact numbers are kept securely and not shared with any other party in accordance with the Data Protection Act.
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for one hour
for one and a half hours. £150
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