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Supervision provides practitioners who are engaged in emotionally challenging and complex work, with the opportunity to reflect on and develop their practice, ensures they are working in the best interest of their clients, and contributes to the counsellor’s resilience and self-care.

Lisa is an integrative counsellor, and has extensive experience of providing supervision for counsellors working in health & education settings, agencies and private practice, and at all levels of experience.   She has developed a successful OCN accredited Certificate in Counselling Supervision Course, which she delivers three times each year in Buckinghamshire.

Lisa views supervision as essential to provide an opportunity for practitioners to do a range of things that may, depending on the role, include the following:

  • Offload case material
  • Reflect on practice or work setting
  • Link theory to practice
  • Identify difficulties and explore ways forward (this may be case-related or organisational)
  • Recognise when own issues are impacted by, or impacting on work, and identify appropriate courses of action
  • Recognise & celebrate good practice
  • Identify areas for professional development
  • Consider self-care

Following a supervision session, practitioners will have felt supported, gained greater insight and ideas, or have increased clarity of how to work with clients or supervisees going forward.

 
Lisa currently provides clinical & non-managerial supervision online or in Old Amersham, Buckinghamshire, for:
  • Experienced counsellors who work within the NHS and in Hospices
  • Experienced counsellors & health professionals who work with those affected by trauma, bereavement & health issues
  • Experienced counsellors, health & education professionals who work with children, young people & families
  • Counselling supervisors
If you are looking for a new supervisor, you are welcome to contact Lisa to discuss the possibility of working together, and to determine whether we would be a good fit.
 
Please contact Lisa to discuss your supervision needs.