Supervision

sheffield supervisionI provide Supervision for counsellors who are based in Sheffield at my Sheffield Practice. I can also offer supervision for counsellors via Skype, telephone and email.

I aim to be your mentor by providing a supportive supervisory relationship. I will provide guidance as well as emotional support.

As your supervisor, I will:

  • Provide a safe space where difficult clinical and ethical issues can be discussed and processed.
  • Provide an environment where reflection can take place both on your client work and your own personal performance
  • Provide support and advice when personal issues have surfaced during their work with clients.
  • Help you focus on the challenges you may face as well as celebrate any successes you have.

 

Hazel’s counselling experience in private practice

I hold a British Psychological Society Certificate in Clinical Supervision, and bring over 14 years experience as a private and affiliate counsellor. I run a successful counselling business and manage my own website. I have managed to put my website high in search engines and I am willing to share this experience, along with my other successes as part of my supervision.

Prices

I charge £75 per supervision session (1 hour and half) or £50 for 1 hour. I may charge extra for evening slot appointments.

Where?

Supervision is offered in my practice room at 59 Wostenholme Road, S7 in Netheredge Sheffield.

I offer Skype supervision.  As an online counsellor myself, I understand the differences in online work and can support you with this work.  Skype voice is encrypted and offers you confidentiality. I receive regular supervision for all my work.

BACP Accreditation assistance

As an accredited counsellor I can help supervisees with their BACP accreditation  and as I  have previously taught on counselling diploma courses, I am well placed to help counselling trainees.

Contract

We will contract to work together with a  Clinical supervision contract

 

 

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  2. Vivien van de Riet

    Dear Hazel

    My name is Vivien van de Riet and I’m a mature MSc Counselling and Psychotherapy student at Staffordshire University.

    I noticed you offer Walk and Talk Therapy (WTT) and found your article published in ‘inyourcommunity.com’ very interesting.

    I am currently preparing my MSc research dissertation on how menopausal women experience Walk and Talk Therapy. As such, I am wondering if you have any clients (past or present) who might like to participate in my dissertation. My dissertation proposal has been approved by the ethics committee of Staffordshire University.

    I am particularly interested in exploring the impact of WTT in respect of psychological menopausal symptoms (such as “foggy head’’, mood swings, irritability, problems focusing, stress, difficulty concentrating, anxiety, depression…….).

    To participate in this study, participants must:
    • Be over 18 years of age;
    • Have participated in at least one Walk and Talk Therapy session in the UK; and
    • At the time of the Walk and Talk Therapy session be either perimenopausal or postmenopausal but still experiencing symptoms (self-diagnosis is acceptable).
    • However the primary reason for participating in the Walk and Talk Therapy does not have to be related to menopausal issues.

    If you feel that you are able to ask any of your clients whether they would like to participate then I would be very grateful if you would forward my details. I have a poster explaining in more detail the research being conducted which I could send to you (for some reason I cannot attach it to this message).

    I also note that you are a member of a WTT group and, if you feel it appropriate, please could you forward this request to members of your group?

    By sharing experiences of WTT I hope that we can help shape future additional therapeutic options for menopausal women. If you have any queries please contact me on: v010050i@student.staffs.ac.uk

    Thank you for your time.

    Best Wishes

    Vivien van de Riet

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