I supervise therapists from a variety of modalities and training backgrounds supporting their clinical work by:
• encouraging reflection
• exploring transference and countertransference issues in order to deepen an understanding of the client’s inner world
• working with the therapist to develop their own way of thinking and reflecting on clinical material so that they might establish their own style of working and identity as a therapist over time.
• I work with both trainees and the newly qualified as well as more experienced practitioners.
Clinical Supervision sessions are facilitated in the face to face setting or also online.
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING EVENTS
Presently there are no training events planned.
The individual supervision fee is set at €80
Supervision in an organisational setting is negotiable depending on the need of the service (group/individual) and the frequency.
Reflective Practice Groups 2020
Expressions of interest are invited for participation in monthly reflective practice supervision groups for counsellors & psychotherapists in Dublin commencing in January 2020. CPD certification will be available. Groups will be 1.5 hours long and limited to four participants. Please email if you are interested in more information. NEW GROUP COMMENCEMENT DATE DEFERRED DUE TO COVID-19
All contact will be treated in the strictest of confidentiality. To make an initial appointment please call 087 4120758 or email me on email@example.com - If you reach my voicemail, please leave a message and I will return your call promptly and discreetly.
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