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About Supervision

Supervision is an opportunity for practitioners to discuss casework in a supportive and confidential environment, allowing for reflection and encouraging best practice, growth and development. Supervision is an essential part of ongoing therapeutic practice, and is a requirement of all professional associations.

During supervision, practitioners can review their work in order to learn from experience and improve their practice. The focus is to achieve the best possible quality of service for clients. Practitioners are encouraged to examine their practice, and to recognise their strengths, as well as identifying areas for improvement and further development.

Although it is not training or CPD per se, supervision does involve an element of learning, and can provide a space to practice techniques or role play scenarios if this is deemed to be helpful. It is also an opportunity to keep up to date with the latest developments within the field of therapy, and to discuss research and developments pertaining to practice.

I offer both group and one-to-one supervision sessions. All supervision sessions are engaging and supportive, with a focus on inspiring practitioners to become the best they can be.

Group Supervision

Group supervision is currently being in person at The Observatory Practice, 8 The Crescent, Plymouth, PL1 3AB, and also online via Zoom.

Please get in touch for more information, or see the Supervision Dates page for current times and dates. Other group sessions can be arranged by request.

Individual Supervision

One-to-one supervision sessions are available at £35 per half hour, or £70 per hour. Please get in touch for more information, or to book in.