I see supervision as sharing much in common with psychotherapy. When we practice psychotherapy, we are forever touched, our wounds and our biography are awoken and we are called to reorganise ourselves afresh in the presence of another person. The often externally-attuned character of the psychotherapist, which makes her or him sensitive and competent as a practitioner, also predisposes him or her to pain and confusion.
Supervision is therefore a dual process of learning to better manage and balance our gifts and wounds as psychotherapists one the one hand while supporting the development of our clients on the other hand.
Supervision for psychotherapists is conducted from an Integrative-Mindbody-Therapy perspective. It means that the supervisee’s own processes and the supervisee-supervisor relationship are both important facets of the work and supervision will at times be practitioner-focused. Embodied processes, as well as transference dynamics and various states of consciousness will be looked at as well.
I offer one-to-one supervision, as well as telephone or Skype supervision.
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