Supervision for therapists in Bristol

Supervision is a general requirement for psychotherapists and counsellors, usually needed for professional accreditation.

My supervisory practice is based on the Seven-Eyed model, which was introduced by Peter Hawkins.

I offer individual supervision including elements of humanistic, integrative, embodied and relational views on the client relationship.

I find it extremely important that the supervisory relationship is as safe and open as we would hope our client relationships to be.

We work in what is frequently a difficult field and it is crucial that we are able to express our anxieties, our dilemmas and our vulnerability in the context of supervision.

If you are interested in taking up supervision with me, please contact me to discuss.