Aims of Supervision
Supervision is a confidential working relationship in which the personal resources of the supervisor and supervisee are directed, in regular sessions, towards maximising the competence of the supervisee in helping clients. The aim of supervision is to provide an attentive and supportive climate within which the individual can develop new options for managing themselves and their work with greater satisfaction and effectiveness. Supervision aims to achieve this by:
Considering responsibility for standards and ethics
Sharing the responsbility for the professional development of the supervisees' skills, knowledge and understanding (Inskipp & Proctor 1995)
For qualified and student counsellors the BACP recommends a minimum of 1.5hrs per month of supervision.
For employees and organisations we will work to your companies requirements, usually 1 hour every 6 weeks.
We provide supervision for individual qualified and student counsellors, individual employees, group supervison and supervision as part of a work organisation.
The supervision Approach offered is suitable for all including the main modalities of counselling
Supervision costs £45 for one hour