Lin Cheung and Helen Rowland answer questions about relational supervision.
Introductions We will be using my consulting room in Buxton which can comfortably seat six people. We will begin with a short check in with each other. Checking in involves each of us taking a few minutes to say a little about ourselves and sharing any relevant material. Sometimes we have things happening in ourContinue reading “Professional Development Group – what to expect”
The second of my short videos where I am speaking about how I think about supervision. Counsellors and therapists who are not yet qualified are at an interesting stage in their development. They are building experience and working effectively with clients and developing a sense of themselves as a practitioner. In this Vlog I’m describingContinue reading “Supervising counsellors and therapists”
Here’s a short vlog of me speaking about how I supervise trainee therapists and counsellors. If you want to know more about supervision with me then click here.
Art and Supervision I’m really interested in the question of creativity in supervision. As a part time artist, creativity is something I frequently reflect on. In writing this piece I want to draw on my experiences both as artist and a supervisor and therapist to share some of those reflections and thoughts about creativity inContinue reading “Creativity in Supervision”