Professional Supervision Services from Collaborative Counselling
It is widely accepted that all counsellors, whether experienced or just starting out, will benefit from having regular professional supervision. A supervisor acts in a mentoring role, providing emotional support as well as information and guidance.
Supervision aims to identify solutions to problems, improve practice and increase understanding of professional and clinical issues.
Supervision is also a valuable way of “checking in” with a more experienced practitioner thus supporting and ensuring counsellors stay grounded, maintain professional and ethical boundaries, develop their knowledge, both theoretically and practically, as well as focus on self-care to avoid “burnout”.
Mandy utilises a strengths based approach to her supervision work building on the capacities of the therapist to enhance their practice