When we are most stuck, we can most grow if we have a space to reflect with another who will both support and challenge us …
I am nearing the end of my training as a Supervisor.
I am training with Robin Shohet and Joan Wilmot (The Centre for Supervision and Team Development; Supervision in the Helping Professions, Hawkins & Shohet 2012) and value the emphasis the training places on responding to, and in, the ‘here and now’, challenging core beliefs (for the supervisee, client and supervisor) and looking at the process beyond the narrative of ‘she said, I said’.
As a Dramatherapist I am also interested in bringing creativity into the supervision process to enrich and complement our investigations and reflections.
If you are a practitioner in any of the helping professions, looking for supervision and feel drawn to this way of working - I’m offering face to face sessions at Bay Therapy Centre, and online sessions - and as a trainee I am also charging a reduced fee!
'I found Kate to be welcoming from our very first point of contact and felt a trusting relationship was established from the very start of our work together. I felt safe to explore all aspects of my work with honesty and openness knowing that no question, thought or feeling however big or small would ever be judged by Kate. Kate provided me with some really useful resources and reading recommendations to support me in my work. A golden nugget that I have taken away from our work together is that a 'good session' doesn't always have to be all about talking and that sometimes just being present with a client, using creativity and holding a safe, trusting space is enough.' (Supervisee March 2020)
Kate Lewis Dramatherapym: 07711 918759 e: firstname.lastname@example.org