Supervision

Clinical supervision is an essential part of working therapeutically with clients, whether they are adults or children. Clinical Supervision provides a regular space for the supervisee to reflect on the content and process of client work within a supportive working relationship. Supervision is an integral part of our work as therapists.

It is a process of monitoring, stimulating and containing the supervisee within the supervisory relationship in order to facilitate the supervisee’s work with the client and the growth of his/her professional identity.

As a supervisor, I use a holistic, person centred and creative approach, using expressive art methods, mutual problem-solving and role play as tools.