Clinical Supervision for Counsellors and Psychotherapists.

Clinical supervision is a crucial element of the ongoing professional development of psychotherapists. It is a collaborative process that provides therapists with a safe and supportive space to reflect on their work. Through this conversation, they gain insights into their clients and receive feedback on their work.

“We retreat in order to return differently and of course when we are different so our others.”

Michael Caroll

Supervision through a humanistic lens

Clinical supervision aims to create a supportive climate in which the supervisee feels safe enough to review their client work and reflect on their reactions, thoughts and intuitions relating to their clients. This process allows both to step back from the therapist/client relationship and view what is happening from different angles, and always done with the client’s welfare in mind, which is of paramount importance.

Psychotherapy Supervision also helps to ensure that therapists provide high-quality and ethical care to their clients. The supervisor offers guidance on ethical dilemmas, boundaries, and best practices. Helping the therapist identify blind spots or areas for improvement in their approach.

Supervision as a colleague

Do you experience supervision as a colleague?

Clinical supervision is a colleague-to-colleague relationship, and that collaboration is vital in supervision. In this way, it is an opportunity for both to grow as therapists. By drawing on the insights and observations of each other, which adds to their own, and in doing so, expands both their knowledge and experience.

The aim is to ensure that any of my supervisee’s standards of Counselling / Psychotherapy are competent and ethical and that they continue to develop. Code of Ethics

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