Supervision: About Me
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As I look back on my working life, one of the clear, consistent strands is about enabling others to discover and travel towards their potential. Many of us have been brought up with a lack of belief or reticence about our true potential and as, Nelson Mandela quoted "we ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?"
Those who work supporting other people, for example counsellors, teachers, church ministers, health professionals, social workers, give of themselves in a way that can be depleting and lead to doubt in our abilities.
I have always enjoyed being able to talk things over with a colleague in my earlier career (mentoring it would be called these days) and in supervision now. The opportunity that set-aside time and space allow for reflection on my work allows me to return refreshed and invigorated and I'm happy to be be able to offer this to others.
It was several years into my counselling practice before I started to supervise others, those who worked with me were encouraging me well before I started but it was important to me that I was secure in my own practice before I began offering support to others. However, once I'd started it became another very fulfilling strand to my practice because of my love of being with people as they find their way forward and also from the ripple effect of helping those who then help others.
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