At the heart of supervision is the supervisor/supervisee relationship. A working alliance that is supportive and facilitative of the therapist’s professional and personal development, and helps the practitioner in a reflective, self-monitoring process.
I am led by the supervisee in exploring their client’s and their own process within a safe non-judgemental space, offering creative and expressive tools.
I offer supervision to qualified and trainee counsellors, play therapists and other professionals, including school staff and healthcare workers. My approach is person-centred and based on Hawkins and Shoet methodology.
I am passionate about supervision and the preciousness of being in a space that is both holding and accepting, enabling us to work towards being the best that we can be in our professional and personal lives.