Clinical and Professional Supervision Clinical Supervision is a process which supports practitioners to provide a better, more confident, and creative service to clients. I work collaboratively with clinical psychologists, general psychologists, counsellors and other health and welfare practitioners, to reflect on and improve their professional practice. As a clinical supervisor, I can assist you to become a more effective practitioner by providing a confidential setting for you to explore thoughts and feelings about your work, reflect on cases, and experience new learning opportunities.
Focus of Supervision I use both directive and non-directive approaches to clinical supervision, with the aim to help professionals to use:
Reflective practice: examine personal reactions arising in clinical work; identify strengths and limitations; improve clarity and decision making.
Clinical guidance and feedback to build on supervisee strengths and create new learning opportunities.
Self-care and wellbeing: supportive and non-judgemental approach; stress management; work-life balance.
Ethical issues: attending to the safety and welfare of both client/patient and supervisee; ethical decision making.
Private practice: issues such as clinical procedure; marketing, networking, etc.
Professional identity: developing your own strengths and style, professional development, career planning and goal-setting.
Plan of Supervision Prior to starting supervision, we will discuss how we might work together and what supervision will look like for you:
Content of sessions
Your needs and expectations
When and where we will meet
Goals of supervision
Any other concerns
Delivery modes and settings I can provide supervision in various methods and the format of the supervision can be adapted to meet supervisees’ needs:
One-to-one, in-person supervision in a private setting or organisational context
Telehealth-supervision, which is provided online, via video-conferencing (Zoom)
Over the telephone supervision
Making an Appointment To arrange an appointment or speak to me about supervision please complete the enquiry form on the contact page, alternatively you can email/phone directly using the information provided on this website.