I am qualified to offer clinical supervision to both qualified and trainee counsellors. My approach is to offer challenge as well as support, with the aim of helping the therapist to better understand their work with clients through their own feelings and perceptions. I enjoy using creative approaches that keep things fresh. I offer support and ideas that help steer professional development.
Initial consultation The first time we meet I will ask you to talk about why you have decided to seek counselling at this point in your life and what changes you hope to secure in the process. Anything you say during these sessions will be confidential. This will not be a counselling session as such but an opportunity for you to decide if you would like to move forward into counselling. If you have any further questions about what [Continue Reading]
In relationship counselling both partners come to counselling together to talk about the issues that are making the relationship difficult or uncomfortable. The two people could be partners in a romantic relationship, or family members (for example, mother and daughter/son), or friends. Relationship counselling can help the partners to understand themselves and each other better, develop more compassionate ways of relating to their partner and agree how to move forward. In romantic relationships this could mean moving forward together [Continue Reading]