I draw upon a range of therapeutic models in my clinical work, and am very much an integrative practitioner. I have been around long enough to embrace a pragmatic approach to clinical formulation and practice.
Our own thoughts, feelings and behaviours in relation to clients, colleagues, our work (whatever the setting) and maybe our profession in general are also important topics to bring to supervision. Also, whilst we are all trained to be clear about the boundary between therapy and supervision, (for good reason) I recognise that our personal and professional lives and influences are not always that easy to disentangle. With clear ground rules agreed, it may be possible for us to address this "grey" area in supervision.
If this sounds like the kind of space you are looking for, please get in touch.
Supervision re neurodiverse clients (autism and ADHD)
I have a particular interest in working with autistic and ADHD adults (without an intellectual disability) therapeutically, and also offer diagnostic assessments using the Adult Aspergers Assessment. If, like many other therapists, you are comfortable working within mainstream mental health but don't feel confident extending your skills to the autism/ADHD population, I would be happy to support you with this in supervision. This may be on either an ad hoc (when you have questions about a specific client) or ongoing basis.
If this sounds like the sort of support that would help right now, please get in touch.