Supervision

 


Supervisee's are required to be a member of a professional body and adhere to its relavent code of ethics.

Session duration and frequency is dependent on client volume and in accordance with the professional body's ethical requirement.

Supervision can be based either at the supervisee's premises or at my premises in Clevedon.

I provide Individual and Group Supervision for:

  • Post Graduate and Experienced Psychotherapists.
  • Counsellors
  • Trainee Counsellors.
  • Charitable and other professional Organisations.
  • Clinical Supervision for Nurses, Medical Doctors and Consultants in Hospital Settings.

  • Supervision of supervision is undertaken in accordance with the B.A.C.P. Code of Ethics

     

     

    About BACP

    Finding a therapist who is a member of a professional association, such as BACP, is essential. BACP’s Register has been accredited by the Professional Standards Authority (a government body) which means that it meets their high standards in respect of governance, standard-setting, education and training, management, complaints and information. Our members are bound by our highly regarded Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy and subject to our Professional Conduct Procedure. Many BACP members are also ‘accredited’. These members have additional areas of expertise, skills and knowledge, on top of their original training. We recognise them as the gold standard within the profession. BACP’s public website itsgoodtotalk.org.uk contains a wealth of information for anyone considering therapy including information sheets, videos, links to recent research, and a ‘find a therapist’ directory which helps you to find a private therapist in your local area.