Trish Blundell

About Me and Supervision

I offer a supportive and caring space to reflect upon your clinical work, your practice and role. Supervision is a working alliance to consider yourself and your work; receive observations, feedback and where appropriate, guidance. The object of our working together is to enable you to feel supported and grow in understanding and confidence; to maintain ethical and professional standards and develop your competence as a practitioner.

As a supervisor I encourage you to bring your whole self to supervision; so we might fully consider your practice and your awareness of self within your practice. I intentionally support you professionally recognising that if I do not also support you holistically then your ability to grow will be stunted. In the same way that I believe it is the relationship in therapy that brings about change I also believe in supervision the relationship is essential as the container of growth and maturity of practice.

My supervision practice is respectful of each individual's style or orientation of practice and personal philosophy or faith.

I am integrative in style and supervise both trainees and qualified therapists. I work with both groups and individuals.

I also provide work-life supervision to managers, charity volunteers, work based trainees, mentors, teaching assistants and clergy. I am keen to support individuals' understanding of work-life balance in order to maintain well-being and personal growth.

I can offer weekly, fortnightly and monthly sessions of 50 minutes or 1.5 hours for individuals. The duration of group sessions will vary according to size. I also provide sessions via Zoom and phone.

I charge £45 - £50 per 50 minute session; group rates vary according to size.