Category Archives: Supervision

Hazel has moved

Hazel has moved to 59 Wostenholme Road….

In February this year, Hazel moved her counselling practice from Wainwright Thearpy Centre to 59 Wosteholme Road. Hazel has stayed in Sheffield and remains in Netheredge (S7).

The beginning…

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Building a positive relationship between supervisor and supervisee

Positive Supervisee Relationship

A positive relationship between supervisor and supervisee is important. Millar, Holloway and Henderson (2014) say that encouragement is at the heart of a counselling supervisory relationship. They emphasise the need to build an equal relationship. So how is a positive relationship between supervisor and supervisee achieved?

Maintaining ethics

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Online Counselling Supervision

online counselling supervision.jpegThere is often discussion among counsellors on social media on whether online counselling can work. This discussion includes online counselling supervision. Often the question asked by my counselling peers is ‘how can clinical supervision work without the face to face contact?’ There are divided opinions in answering this question.

A couple of months ago, onlinevents (an online counselling CPD organisation) asked via twitter if counsellors could share their experience of supervision. I offered to share my experience of having my own supervision online. Here is my aticle…. Continue reading

What makes a good counselling supervisor?

qualities of a counselling supervisorAn advantage of attending a counselling supervision course is that it has helped me reflect and evaluate my own supervision sessions. This led me to have an open and frank discussion with my own supervisor about the different aspects of my supervision. We were able to focus on what I have found helpful and unhelpful throughout my supervision. This enabled us to reassess our work together and for me to take a fresh look at what I was contributing and what positive changes I could make.

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