Why is supervision required in the context of counselling and psychotherapy? For the benefit of both clients and practitioners, most professional bodies for counselling and psychotherapy require supervision of clinical practice.
Supervision consists of a review of work with clients, professional development and personal development. Supervision is a professional service, rather than a managerial role. The supervisor is a consultant and not a manager.
Group supervision consists of several therapists conferring on each other’s work. This is often additional to individual supervision, rather than a replacement.
We provide individual and group supervision for counsellors, therapists and staff working in health, social care and the emergency service.