Why have Supervision?
Clinical supervision is a requirement for all counsellors and psychotherapists and many people working within organisations are now choosing to have supervision too in order to enhance their effectiveness at work.
What is supervision?
Supervision is a professional arrangement to meet regularly with someone other than your line manager to review the process of the work you do.
This might include personal and professional self-maintenance, personal and professional development, aspects of training and new information. Professionals working as managers or organisational consultants find it useful to have a psychotherapeutic input on group dynamics.
Supervision with Miriam Granthier
Miriam Granthier has over 20 years experience as a counsellor and psychotherapist. She began supervising in 1993 and completed a diploma course in clinical supervision in 1995. She adheres to the BACP code of ethics for supervisors and is a Senior Accredited Supervisor with BACP.
Miriam has several years experience as an external supervisor with various organisations including counsellors in GP Practice, Social Services, HM Prisons, a local women’s refuge, Derby Alcohol Problems Advisory Service and Derby Rape Crisis.
Miriam supervises counsellors in private practice and is very experienced in working with trainee counsellors on Person-Centred, Humanistic, Integrative and Gestalt training courses.
Miriam also provides supervision to consultancy organisations who work with private and NHS groups.