How My Supervision Impacts Upon My Practice

I use supervision to monitor and manage practical aspects of my client work, such as ensuring an appropriate case load with adequate time (currently three hours a month) allocated for supervision.

In my original submission for reinstatement of my accreditation, I included (and still include) an article that illustrates how I link my way of being with clients to client-centered theory – and this is a very important aspect of supervision for me. (Incidentally, I consider my knowledge of client-centered theory to be extremely in depth, and I experienced previous supervisors as less knowledgeable. This is one reason why I really appreciate
being in a group with Alison, as her knowledge is profound, too.)

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