What is Counselling Supervision?
Counselling supervision is incredibly important for all counsellors, psychotherapists and therapists. It is also regarded as an ethical requirement, in order to be able to practice.
Hope Therapy’s team receive regular supervision to support our own practice. We also offer counselling supervision to others.
To support organisational and individual needs by offering safe, ethical, and evidenced-based supervision to counsellors and psychotherapists as well as enhancing client and supervisory wellbeing, growth, and development.
To offer a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment that inspires the continued growth of the supervisee. Within this space, we offer compassionate and constructive challenges, ensuring that both supervisory development and client welfare are at the core of what is offered. Evidence-based practice coupled with creativity, ethical practice, and reflectivity, underpins how we will explore supervision together.
Why do counsellors receive supervision?
Supervision helps you find ways of working with presentations with which you are not familiar. It also helps identify blind spots, enhance practice skills and explores dilemmas.
The British Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapists (BACP) considers appropriate supervision to be an essential part of ethical practice.
If you are a counsellor or therapist currently searching for counselling supervision, just get in touch.
What modalities do we offer supervision for?
We have people that come from a variety of backgrounds, including:
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Person-Centred (PCA)
Our counselling supervisors are all experienced counsellors, who have received additional training. So, will be able to understand your requirements from the perspective of the supervisor. Whilst also understanding what it’s like to do the job you do or are training to do.
All supervision is currently offered via zoom or skype, so we are able to support you wherever you are based in the country.
Simply get in touch to discuss things in further detail.