feelbettereveryday.co.uk ~ self-care for your mind, body, heart and soul. Integrative clinical supervision, psychosynthesis counselling and coaching with yoga, meditation, crystals, NLP and EFT. In Essex (Witham, Colchester and Frinton on Sea) and worldwide via telephone and Vsee or Skype
By multiskilled therapist, I mean practitioners who offer more than traditional talk therapy. Maybe you integrate coaching, body work like yoga or energy psychologies like EFT and NLP.
As well as being a certified integrative clinical supervisor, I’m a counsellor, life coach, therapeutic coach, yoga therapist, NLP Master Practitioner, certified and accredited Advanced EFT Practitioner and a crystal therapist.
While you may still need specialist supervision for areas of your practice I’m not qualified in, I can support you in holding your whole practice. I can help you reflect on it as well as on yourself as an integrative practitioner and, of course, your clients.
A BACP accredited counsellor, I’ve served on BACP’s Coaching Executive since March 2014 and became Chair in January 2017. An ongoing priority for our members is finding good supervision.
I provide supervision in accordance with the BACP ethical framework for good practice in the counselling professions. You can find out more by clicking HERE.
You can read my first Chair’s message (going into more detail about my background in terms of coming to honour integrated ways of working rather than feeling ashamed of having so many strings to my bow) by clicking the image below or HERE.
My practice, supporting clients by working with mind, body, heart and soul, has evolved since 2004. When I first qualified as a psychosynthesis counsellor (BACP Registered and Accredited), I struggled to find supervision that held my coaching and other therapies as well as the counselling.
While I still get additional specialist supervision in the areas my main supervisor isn’t qualified in, I really value the monthly space to reflect on my whole practice.
Similarly, if you choose to work with me, I might not be qualified in all of your areas. You may want to get additional specialist supervision for those therapies in line with your professional bodies’ requirements and your sense of what your clients need.
My supervision training was with Robin Shohet (co-author of Supervision in the Helping Professions) and Joan Wilmot at CSTD. I love their holistic Seven-Eyed Model as it offers so much depth. If you're drawn to specific areas you'd like to focus on, do let me know - it's very much a collaborative approach.
1) focus on client and what they present 2) exploration of your (supervisee's) strategies and interventions 3) focus on client / supervisee relationship (attending to client's transference) 4) focus on you (supervisee) 5) focusing on supervisory relationship (ensuring it's meeting your needs) 6) focusing on my (supervisor) own process (reflecting later and in supervisor's supervision) and 7) focusing on the wider, systemic issues affecting your (supervisee's) client work.