In her practice as an individual supervisor Celia aims to be as true to the person-centred approach as she can be and will work hard to offer a respectful, non-judgemental, accepting, empathic and honest approach to the supervisee. However, she can be flexible in her approach in order to meet the needs of the supervisee and can integrate tools from other approaches such as motivational interviewing, solution focused and systemic practice. She is also open to working in more creative ways.
What Celia offers;
A professional and ethical supervisory relationship based on the BACP ethical framework and code of practice.
A safe environment to explore any issues the supervisee may wish to bring and in which to develop a trusting, supportive, educational and developmental relationship.
A focus on the issues that the supervisee feels are important and a place to explore, reflect on and develop all aspects of their practice. This will include helping identify professional development and training needs for the supervisee.
Regular opportunities to review the supervision process as the supervisee and supervisor feel is appropriate and to explore issues that may be getting in the way and to address those issues appropriately.
Choosing a suitable supervisor is an important professional and ethical choice not only to ensure the safety of clients but also to ensure the appropriate level of challenge to, and support of, your learning and development as a practitioner. With this in mind Celia offers an initial 30 minute exploratory session at no charge in order that you get a feel for her as a person and practitioner before making a decision on suitability.
Sessions are £35 for a 60 minute session and £50 for a 90 minute session.