MY SUPERVISION PRACTICE
My supervision practice is grounded in the person-centred and experiential. This approach has developed over time into a wide-ranging approach that includes different humanistic perspectives. My supervision practice has also developed over time to enable me to offer supervision across this wide range.
I see supervision as a unique co-created and collaborative relationship between myself and my supervisee.
The supervision relationship is central to the work in supervision and the therapeutic conditions of congruence, genuine acceptance, and empathy that are the basis of therapeutic work are as important in the supervision relationship.
The supervision relationship grounded in these attitudes and values will create the safe and trusting space for supervisees to examine all aspects of their therapeutic practices, and how the therapeutic work impacts of them.
The wellbeing of the supervisee is at the heart of supervision work and creating a space to renew and recharge energies which can at times be drained by the therapeutic work is central to supervision.INDIVIDUAL SUPERVISION
I offer one and one and one half hour Individual sessionsLOW COST GROUP SUPERVISION
Graham Molyneux and Miriam Mitchell
An opportunity to be involved in the successful group supervision process Miriam Mitchell and Graham Molyneux have developed working together as supervisors and drawing on person-centred, focusing orientated, and humanistic perspectives of therapy and supervision. .
Supervision Groups for Qualified Counsellors
Supervision Groups are offered on Friday evening and Saturday morning on the third Friday and Saturday of each month. The group meeting will be for two hours and limited to four members in order for group members to claim half of the group session against their required monthly supervision hours.
The Friday group will be from 6pm-8.30pm, the Saturday group will be from 9am until 11pm.
Supervision Groups for Counsellors in Training
Supervision Groups are offered on Friday evening and Saturday morning on the second Friday and Saturday of each month. The Friday group will be from 6.30pm-8.30pm, the Saturday group will be from 9am until 11pm.
Groups are limited to four members in order that members can claim half of the group session toward their required supervision hours.
All groups will commence from September 2019For contact details and fees please go to the individual Pages
LINKSSouth Coast Wellbeing and TrainingCounselling DirectoryBACP