innerdance supervision with me
welcome colleagues & innerdance family members,
I am a trained & registered somatic trauma specialist & supervisor with over 24 years experience as a counsellor and 16 years experience offering specialist somatic, creative & trauma informed supervision to professionals working with trauma, advanced practitioners & counsellors in training throughout the UK & Europe.
I have extensive experience supporting students from a range of therapeutic approaches taught at various universities & colleges throughout the UK. I also provide professional support to local and national charities and training organisations and I facilitate several monthly supervision groups for an international psychospiritual psychotherapy organisation.
I am passionate about supporting practitioners to develop their theoretical understanding & practice of innerdance, confidentially exploring themes which arise in sessions, the impact of this work upon us & those we support & integrating specialist trauma support, somatic movement & counselling skills into their work as I feel these frameworks & insights enable us as innerdance facilitators to hold safe, conscious and therapeutic spaces for the people who come to self-heal with us.
I am rooted in person-centred and transpersonal practice & value supervision as a co-creative relationship where all of you is welcome in service to the individuals & groups you work with & to your personal and professional growth.
I am ethically & duty bound to undertake a minimum of 30 hours of continuing professional development every year & 1.5 hours of supervision per month. To support my work, I engage in 3 hours of supervision which focuses on my counselling, supervision, somatic movement therapy and innerdance. I also innerdance every few days to support my ongoing deep understanding of this consciousness, enabling me to work safely at depth with those who come to share space with me.
Please contact me for details, I shall be delighted to hear from you.
Sessions are one hour in length at an exchange of £60.