Practitioners in the caring profession can feel depleted, unskilled and at times even overwhelmed when working with clients in emotional distress and crisis. Supervision is there to help you rejuvenate, resource and reflect so you can be effectively there for your clients with insight and heartfelt presence.
Who could benefit from clinical supervision?
Any professional either through an organization or in private practice who holds client’s process and wishes to receive guidance and support including:
I offer in person as well as online supervision and work to the ethical code of the UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy). Currently I am completing further Post-graduate Supervision Training with Karuna Institute, Devon.
My approach is informed by mindfulness and I offer a contemplative framework to explore your work together in comfort and safety. Supervision is now a formalised ethical requirement for all psychotherapy and counselling practitioners. Increasingly, I have found that other professionals have felt the need to bring their work for their own development, resourcing and to ensure a quality of service.
Each supervision agreement is unique, however for guidance, the following gives an overview of a session:
© Geraldine Griffin
powered by WebHealer