Helping others is one of life’s great privileges. There is something meaningful and fulfilling in seeing people move forward in their lives. The truth however is that helping others sometimes comes at a personal cost. For those that work in the helping professions, supervision is often offered as a means of support, care and further development. Individuals that offer support to individuals, families and other groups deserve to be supported professionally in order that they can carry out their work.
The two “fields” that I offer Supervision within are to those engaged in Pastoral work, be that within an educational or charitable setting, and, within the field of Counselling too. My aim within my Supervision work is to partner with you to ensure that those that you work with receive the best support from you that you can offer. When we work together in supervision, you will be supported to manage your work, we will explore means of your further development and together we will look at how we manage your self-care.
The “model” that I offer Supervision through is the “Seven-eyed model” developed by Hawkins and Shohet. This model provides a helpful framework to process your work from, which in turn will ensure that you have a rich and broad understanding about your work.
I would be very happy to explore your needs with you. I will be happy to arrange a no-obligation phone or video call to talk through best ways forward.