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“The sense of supervision as being an oasis or a fireside, a place where a weary traveller can take some respite and nourishment to continue his or her professional journey.”

Hewson J. 2008, pg34 (ed. Shohet R)

At the roots of my work as a therapist, tutor and supervisor, is the relationship. The relationship as the fundamental vehicle for change both professionally and personally.

I see supervision as a time and space to explore the landscape of the work and the humans within that landscape.

Theory provides a map to navigate by, ethics provide us the boundaries to maintain safe experiences for clients, supervisees and supervisors.

My aim is to come alongside my supervisees with curiosity, empathy, new perspectives and challenge. I see supervision as a process by which to empower my supervisees in their own development and exploration.  

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