Sue Daniels

Sue Daniels


Registered Member MBACP (Senior Accredited)

Contact information

Phone number
01507 608020
Website

Contact Sue

Therapist - LOUTH

LOUTH LN11
01507 608020
Contact Sue for session rate.

Features

About me and my therapy practice

Established Since April 2003 Jigsaw has continually met the needs of thousands of clients in their everyday struggles to get though difficult times.

What I can help with

Abuse, Bereavement, Life coaching, Loss, Personal development, Phobias, Post-traumatic stress, Pregnancy related issues, Relationships, Sexual identity, Spirituality, Stress, Trauma, Work related issues

Types of therapy

Brief therapy, EMDR, Humanistic, Integrative, Phenomenological, Solution focused brief therapy

Clients I work with

Adults, EAP, Groups, Older adults, Organisations, Young people

How I deliver therapy

Long-term face-to-face work, Short-term face-to-face work, Telephone counselling

Supervisor - Louth

Louth LN11
01507 608020
Sessions from £60.00

Features

About me and my therapy practice

“Quality Clinical Supervision is a critical part of all talking therapies, support work and frontline connection.”

I specifically work in general with the seven eyed model of supervision:

Supervisor focus on the client presented through the supervisee.

Supervisor focus on intervention and treatments delivered.

Supervisor focus on the immediate client – supervisee relationship.

Supervisor focussing on the supervisee’s process, both presented and in the session.

Supervisor focus on the counsellor – supervision relationship.

Focus on my own process as a clinical supervisor.

Supervisor focus on the wider context of what has been presented – overview and solution.

Practice description

We offer the full package of Clinical Supervision to both counselling individuals and groups. Working in this way, allows us to offer face to face, telephone and video sessions. We provide the very best nurturing and supportive Clinical Supervision possible: supervisees receive a unique welcome handbook and access to download PDF information at a reduced cost.

Having been through accreditation processes personally and with many supervisees over the years, we have a good understanding of what is expected and how much effort is required. The whole application can seem daunting at first; addressing your questions and issues around the process in Clinical Supervision can be nurturing and empowering to assist you through it.

In the counselling world, Clinical Supervision is about a continuous and nurturing basis of direction, guidance and education.

All counsellors need to have a trusted and experienced Clinical Supervisor that they can go to for a myriad of professional and clinical issues.

This could be issues relating to;

Supervision of current clients and caseload/case reviews, treatment planning and suitable interventions.

Supervision of Continued Professional Development (CPD) skills and training.

Supervision of supervisee’s self-development, self-reflection and self-care.

Supervision of supervisee’s work balance for employment or private practice.

Supervision of effective, ethical and legal services to clients, boundaries.

Clinical Supervision overview of case notes that work for the counsellor.

Supervision, safeguarding and safety of all clients.

Overview and Clinical Supervision of potential court attendance and/or note submission.

My first session

Corporate supervision and organisational professional supervision is essential to build a strong and resilient work force, lower absence and workplace stress. Corporate professional and organisational supervision works with every level of employment, from those who work on the frontline to managers and chief executive officers. At SJD Clinical Supervision and Consultancy are regularly contracted to work with an increasing number of organisations, in a wellbeing and professional mentoring capacity. For those working on the frontline with traumatised individuals, professional supervision ensures that employees are working safely and ethically, protecting them as frontline workers whether self-employed, employed or organisational. The idea of overseeing another person’s work in any industry can effectively be called managing, mentoring or supervision. Above all, supervisors of professional practitioners need to be a nurturing force, one that can be combined with a challenging approach where necessary, allowing the practitioner to develop and grow in confidence and capability without, an authoritative or hierarchical air.