Still Waters Counselling



All counsellors need supervision. This can be offered on a one to one basis or in a group. Professional bodies require that the work of a counsellor is supervised.


Supervision protects both client and counsellor ensuring best practice. This will help to reduce the risk of oversight and help the counsellor concerned to reflect on their own feelings, thoughts, behaviour and general approach with the client.


Some counsellors also use group supervision. Group supervision offers stimulating discussion,  time for teaching and reflection.

Counselling Supervision

For individual counsellors

Working to the BACP and ACC ethical principals of counselling

The art of supervision depends on the ability of the supervisor to encourage the best from the counsellor for the benefit of the clients of that counsellor.

I work to the supervision model of Hawkins and Shohet.

For groups

  • Working for organisations and agencies
  • For arranged groups of counsellors
  • For local colleges

Group supervision offers stimulating group discussion, time for teaching and reflection.


As a supervisor I endeavour to meet the needs of the counsellors as they work towards or maintain their accreditation.

This would include:

  • Report writing
  • Guidance
  • Telephone support between sessions
  • Case study support


Competitive rates



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