Ben offers supervision to both qualified and trainee counsellors in a safe and nurturing environment.
Ben believes transparency and congruence are important for affective supervision as this lays a strong foundation for a therapeutic relationship that builds on honesty and trust.
Bens attitude towards the supervisory relationship is shaped by his own life experiences, extensive training in humanistic counselling and supervision, and underpinned by an ethical framework for good practice.
As a supervisee you will be offered a place of reflection that enables you an opportunity to explore all aspects of your working practice. It’s an opportunity to process how you are working with your caseload of client’s and to share concerns, celebrate good work and to seek new insights.
As a supervisee you can expect to be listened to and understood, being fully supported while you build a robust working environment that supports both you and your clients