Services: Clinical Supervision

Nicola Miller Psychotherapy

Clinical supervision

Supervision is intended to hold an ethical framework for clients and support the empowerment of supervisees in their role of empowering clients. This is primarily a relational and collaborative process. While meeting our clinical responsibilities, there is also the opportunity for stimulation, challenge and growth. Supervision also takes into account the context for clinical practice and is often suitable for those using counselling skills in a non-clinical, voluntary or managerial situation.

I provide specialist Supervision both face-to-face and Skype, for practitioners working with Boarding School Survivors.

I also provide Clinical Supervision to some members of 'Women in Prison' staff who work with women affected by the Criminal Justice System.

To find out more, please visit the BACP website»

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