Counsellor & Coaching Supervision Bridgwater

Becky is not accepting any new supervisees at the moment she is full.

I supervise a number of counsellors who coach within their client work. I work in an integrative way helping the counsellor to work safely and ethically. I operate within and comply to the Code of Ethics for the BACP and the Association for Coaching.

Sometimes coaches require a space where they can reflect upon and understand the more psychological aspects of their work. In supervision we can spend time reflecting upon the challenges that you are facing, deepen your understanding of the relational dynamics at play, explore the complexities of the organisational context of your coachee and plan for future work with your clients.

I have a particular interest in working with the embodied imagination. I tend to spend time in supervision exploring the alchemic nature of this process and the capacities of the embodied imagination to promote healing and creativity. I tend to work more with experienced practitioners who hold MBACP Accredited status.

Becky Wright has worked as a counsellor since 1992. She believes this experience has helped her to prepare counsellors for therapeutic work in private practice and the business skills needed to enable their counselling practice to grow. Becky is an integrated therapist who coaches and served as an Executive Board Member of BACP Coaching.  She can therefore supervise therapists who have added coaching to their practice. Becky also delivers training to help counsellors who want to work as a counsellor who coaches.

The British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy requires all registered practitioners to renew their accreditation on an annual basis. As part of this process practitioners are required to undergo a minimum of 1.5 hours of supervision by a registered and accredited supervisor each month.

New Leaf is able to offer Supervision to other practitioners as part of this ongoing professional development working within the BACP Ethical Framework for Counselling Supervision.

“Supervision process allows us the space to discuss difficult cases. It allows us to question our practice and gives us the space to reflect on how we manage the group and also work effectively with our co-workers. The Supervisor makes suggestions for different ways to deliver material to deal with challenging group members and this has really enhanced my practice through giving me new techniques.”
Project Worker Somerset Change

New Leaf has in the past provided Supervision for the Behaviour Implementation Programme in Bridgwater – including group supervision for the Somerset Change Perpetrator Programme.

“I have been employing Becky through the Bridgwater Behaviour Improvement Programme since April 2007 to provide individual and group supervision for our team of Home School Liaison Workers. During this time Becky has supported the HSLWs and given a framework and clarity to their role, ensuring the highest professional practice and boundaries. This has supported me in related developmental and strategic issues informing my vision and the development of the service. She is a highly skilled and approachable professional whose involvement has moved this team on considerably.”
Jane Bland Behaviour Improvement Programme Co-ordinator

For further information or to book please call 07590 684888 or email [email protected] charges £75 per 1.5hr session. She no longer supervises students.

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