Have you worked with clients who experience relationship and sexual difficulties such as sex or porn addiction? Contact us for online supervision or face to face in Preston or Manchester.
Supervision is to protect clients, and to enable therapists to provide the best possible therapy to their clients. It provides the therapist with a safe space where they can reflect and examine their client work in relation to their own experience, responses and practice.
Depending on the professional stage of the therapist, supervision offers a supportive, mentoring and learning environment in which a non-defensive exploration of the therapeutic work can be undertaken. It facilitates reflection on the therapist’s way of relating to the clients through discussion of their own feelings, thoughts, behaviour and approach.
Most professional bodies for psychology, counselling and psychotherapy require members to be in supervision as a part of their practice. Confidentiality is maintained and, although some client details are shared within the supervision relationship, these are not traceable back to specific individual clients.