A unique opportunity for Counsellors to reflect on their case work alongside nature. We will be using the season we are in as a back drop for our discussion, we will be open to the elements and all that our senses experience. We will meet at Golden Acre Park, Bramhope, Leeds.
Autumn: Monday 19th October
Winter: Monday 25th January
Spring: Monday 19th April
Summer: Monday 14th June
Time: 10-12 (there is a café on site so you may want to extend your time and have lunch!)
Cost: £160 for all 4 sessions. Maximum number of participants 6
Seasonal Outdoor Supervision Group 2020/21
A richly rewarding experience that:
Will inspire your reflective practice
Will stimulate your own creative practice
Will strengthen your own well being
What is the booking process?
Email me and I’ll let you know if there are any places left, if so I’ll send you a booking form to complete and details of how to pay. Once you have paid you are booked in.
I will email you a week or so before we meet with instructions on where to meet and any extra information you may need. If you’d like a brief chat on the phone before we meet let me know. I can understand it may be strange meeting a new person in an outdoor area.
How many hours supervision can I claim?
I believe you can claim the whole 2 hours as you will be in process that whole time but it depends how you use the time. I encourage you to consider how much time you have used for thinking about your case work and growing from it.
What about bad weather?
Please be prepared to meet in all weather conditions. Unless it is extreme weather, in which case I will text you by 9am the morning of the session.
What do I need to bring?
Suitable gear for the weather, waterproofs, wellies, old clothes, sunhat, sun cream etc.
Notepad and pen in case you want to jot some notes down or spend some time reflecting – there’s likely to be an opportunity for that.
You might want to bring a plastic bag to sit on
An open mind and willingness to receive from the outdoors.
For any other questions please get in touch
I love Supervising Counsellors because I enjoy being a witness to my supervisees personal and professional journey. I enjoy working in integrative ways with supervisees, using creative methods when appropriate and creating a safe place where we can work at relational depth.
I work with individuals and groups.
I am experienced in working with Counsellors who work in a variety of areas. However, my specialist areas are Bereavement, Perinatal Mental Health, Children and Young People, building a Private Practice and working creatively.