Counselling Supervision

It’s been really good to talk through cases which had me scratching my head. Great to get extra ideas to make my work more effective.

Psychotherapist, Jersey

Most professional bodies for counselling and psychotherapy require practising members to undertake supervision. Sue believes passionately that supervision is an essential tool for professional reflective practice. Effective counselling supervision develops and hones therapist’s skills and knowledge in a supportive and confidential environment benefiting both practitioner and client.

Sue has been an HG Clinical Supervisor since 2009 sharing her many years of experience as a therapist and promoting professional standards and good practice.

She finds the role of supervisor both rewarding and exciting and regards it as an exchange of ideas, strategies and techniques. Supervisees find discussing and reflecting on cases to be a fascinating and stimulating process. They value Sue’s guidance on working with clients who have more challenging issues.

Supervision plays an essential role in enhancing therapeutic practice and ensuring the well-being of both the therapist and the client.

Where do the sessions take place?

Sue works from a designated therapy room in the comfort of her home in Wiltshire. However, if it is not convenient to travel then she also offers sessions via Skype or telephone.

Cost and length of sessions

Each session will last approximately 1 hour and will be charged at a flat rate of £50.00. All fees are payable at the end of each session by cash or cheque only.

Sessions are available by Skype or by telephone (the latter at the supervisee’s expense).

Cancellation Policy

  • A minimum of 48 hours notice is required for rescheduling or cancelling sessions. This is to allow time for the appointment to be offered to another supervisee.
  • All cancellations should be made verbally via telephone (a message can be left) rather than by email or text.
  • Same day cancellation, forgotten or missed appointments may be charged in full.

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