I have offered supervision to doulas and body workers for many years, but in 2019 completed my post grad diploma training in Relational Supervision with Karl Gregory and Sheila Mc Carthy.
I offer a relational approach to supervision, exploring whatever impacts you in your practice with your clients and organisational settings. We don’t work and operate in isolation, and neither do our clients, we are all born into relationship from the first impulse towards form. In that way we inhabit life within the context of relationships, both past and present, and it is this exploration of relational dynamics that can bring a wider and deeper understanding to the work.
I am presently one of the reflective supervisors for Project Mama, which is a charity in Bristol which supports maternity action amongst refugee and asylum seekers.
I believe that giving good attention to forming a strong therapeutic alliance is central to the work, the bedrock of a good supervisory relationship.
About the session
I offer a safe, respectful place to offer challenge, reflection and support, working collaboratively to bring new understandings. I encourage authenticity, and awareness of the cultural and social contexts and influences that any individual inhabits.
All sessions take place at the Family Practice 116 Gloucester Road BS7 apart from Tuesdays 9am to 1pm which take place at 45 Alma Vale Road Clifton BS8 (bell 2).
- Tuesday 9am to 8pm
- Wednesdays 9am to 5.30 pm
- Fridays 9am to 7pm
These fees are per hour, which is the length of a session though there are times when a longer session may be more useful.
I ask for 24 hours notice for cancellation or require full payment of the fee.