Supervision & Groups
I offer clinical supervision to therapists, and Reflective Practice groups to organisations.
Both are intended to help strengthen professionals' practice, whether in relation to client work or with organisations which may feel stuck, overwhelmed or at sea.
Please feel free to get in touch if you are interested in supervision or arranging a staff group.
I see supervision as a collaborative process between supervisor and supervisee, where between us we develop a deeper understanding of your clients and your work with them. It is a space to share mistakes, confusion or uncertainty in relation to your work, as well as insights and creative realisations.
Supervision helps to ensure that the work remains in the service of the client's development, at the same time as helping to foster the particular development of each therapist, no matter where you might be in your career: just starting out, or with an established practice.
If you are interested in discussing the possibility of supervision, please feel free to contact me.
Reflective Practice & Staff Groups
I facilitate Reflective Practice groups for staff within organisations, or other such groups organisations feel would be helpful. I have facilitated such groups within forensic services and have worked with staff from the London Ambulance Service, and have a Diploma in Reflective Practice in Organisations.
Organisations often find that an external facilitator can help teams attend to difficult dynamics between colleagues, perhaps when things aren't working well; or in services which work with complex or high-risk cases, where the psychological impact on staff can be high. Reflective groups can help improve communication within teams and reduce the destructive potential of conflict and mistrust, as well as increase resilience and the capacity to work safely in high-pressure environments.
Such groups can be long- or short-term, according to the service's needs. If you are interested in the possibility of arranging such groups, please feel free to contact me.