Supervision

In the interests of both clients and practitioners, most professional bodies for counselling and psychotherapy require members to incorporate supervision into their clinical practice.

Working under Supervision means that a counsellor or psychotherapist uses the services of another more experienced counsellor or psychotherapist to review their work with clients, their professional development, and often their personal development as well. Supervision is a professional service, rather than a managerial role, and for counsellors who work in institutions, supervision and management will normally be entirely separate. The supervisor acts not as a 'boss', but as a consultant.

Siobhan is an accredited Supervisor with IACP. Trained in the Cyclical and Process Models she offers supervision to counselling psychotherapists, student counselors and individuals outside the counselling profession.

I can also offer reduced rates for student counsellors.

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