• Supervision

  • Taking care of yourself, your practice and your clients.
  • Supervision whether individual or in a group offers a reflective and experiential space to help you grow as a practitioner. It is an equal relationship between experienced professionals which supports your understanding of what is at stake for your clients and  for you when you work with them.

    • It is part of your learning journey where you become more aware of yourself and get fresh perspectives on how you can work better with your clients.
    • It gives you insights on influences and how the various parts of a system operate.
    • It also provides greater clarity on how your clients may experience you as a practitioner and on the boundaries of your work.

    My work as a supervisor is informed by an eclectic perspective based on my knowledge of different approaches and my experience as psychologist, coach and of course a supervisee myself.

  • I believe that to be useful, supervision needs to be:

    • A feel safe experience: a place where everything can be said. Therefore, confidential, open-minded, kind & respectful of all involved in the issues discussed.
    • A resourcing experience: getting deeper insights into systems, situations, interactions, personal issues etc. and identifying resources to move forward with higher confidence and energy.
    • A self-compassionate experience to recognize errors or flaws with honesty but without harsh self-judgement.
    • A challenging experience: being asked the tough questions to increase self-awareness, explore unconscious processes, blind spots and define boundaries.
    • A sharing experience: sharing alternative methods and tools to expand the practice or to operate at a higher level.