Supervision is an important part of therapeutic practice and I fully appreciate how important it is to get the right supervisory relationship. Aside from being mandatory, it is necessary to help us as practitioners to professionally develop and grow.
The relationship with your supervisor is critical as you need to feel safe, supported, yet gently challenged. It should provide a space where you can talk openly and honestly about your practice, how it impacts on you and any dilemmas you may have. It is also a learning environment. I am an experienced supervisor and have undertaken training with the British Psychological Society achieving their Level 1-4 qualification in supervised practice.
I work within the Hawkins and Shohet Seven Eyed Model of Supervision, which is a relational and systemic approach as it emphasises the relationship between the supervisor, supervisee and the client, and the wider social context. It is an integrative model that accords with my own humanistic values and person centred training, combined with my broad range of training and experience across a range of therapeutic modalities and settings.
This means that you can be assured that you will receive supervision that is safe, welcoming, sufficiently challenging, and informed by my broad knowledge of theory, research and practice experience. I provide supervision to trainee and qualified psychologists and counsellors, as well as individuals working within a mental health care setting.
Professional Practitioners: £50 per hour
Trainees: £40 per hour
Location & Availability
Currently I offer appointments on a Thursday only. My office is located at 56 University Street, Belfast and is easily accessed by train or bus. There is no dedicated parking space but it is easy to park nearby. Please note that the building has no disability access.