So, reflecting properly is important especially if the client is bringing a great deal of complex material. An ordinary counselling session. This may raise further interesting questions for counsellors. There is the authority dimension and one may be reminded of a parent-child relationship.
Whatever the fears on either side, congruence and openness in the relationship is probably the most effective way of coming to terms with these issues.
These are questions and issues that counsellors should think about regularly and be aware of in their own practice.
You should also review your supervisory arrangements regularly. Necessary Skills in the Supervision Relationship Working with any model or supervisory method necessitates the use of facilitative skills.
The fourth mode focuses on the counsellors counterransference issues, and brings these into the awareness of the supervisee in the here and now of the supervision session. The supervisor maintains the structure and keeps the space open where the supervisee can develop in a safe environment exposing weaknesses as well as strengths. It must also be given regularly. Supervision protects clients by involving an impartial third party in the work of a counsellor and client, helping to reduce the risk of serious oversight and helping the counsellor concerned to reflect on their own feelings, thoughts, behaviour and general approach with the client. The breakdown and description of each section in Page and Wosket, however, 9 provide some practical suggestions and a helpful way of working. It also supports the counsellor as he struggles with finding his own style and exploring various ways of working. So how does the profession look out for abusive, authoritarian or charismatic supervisors? This reflection supports the counsellor in gaining a better understanding of the client, becoming more aware of his own responses and reactions and the dynamics in the relationship. Audit outcomes We'll contact you with the results of the audit, which may be: your supervision meets Register standards we need more information your supervision does not meet our standards Our approach to supervision will be facilitative. Good supervision work will involve all six processes, though not necessarily all at once or within the one session. As mirrored in counselling, if the supervisor is congruent or transparent, releasing his perceptions, insights and reactions to the counsellor or supervisee, the counsellor can trustingly use the relationship in exploring her counselling or work issues. The work is evaluated, and where appropriate, a joint assessment statement is written, followed by recontracting where this is agreed as appropriate and useful.
based on 12 review