What is Supervision?
Supervision is a confidential and supportive space to:
- Explore whatever is alive and potent for you.
- Discuss and examine cases, practice issues, case management and personal life challenges,
- Refine your understanding of homeopathic philosophy,
- Have a listening space even when you are not clear what you are bringing to supervision.
- Encourage a reflective and questioning practice
- Help free up your creativity and confidence
- Find your own solutions and ways to practice Homeopathy in a healthy and safe way.
Whether you are a Homeopath, a practitioner or student of another complementary health discipline, an artist, musician, writer, run groups or choirs, work in management, at home caring for children and family while squeezing in time to pursue your dreams…we can all need a confidential space to explore our life or work challenges.
If you are looking for supervision around your practice, work and life please get in touch.
Book a discovery chat I’d love to hear from you.
Sessions offered in Edinburgh, Musselburgh and on-line via Skype and whereby.com
Price: £55 per hour
Students: Please message me about fees.
Clinical supervision fees will be at the level recommended by your college.
One to one and small group supervision.
For Homeopaths and Student Homeopaths
I enjoy exploring different approaches and models of working, to be flexible in case taking and analysis for the very different clients I meet with.
I am on the list of Supervisors for the Society of Homeopaths, the School of Homeopathy and the North West College of Homeopathy.
The homeopaths I love learning from, and whose works I refer to daily are:
Louis Klein, Jan Scholten, Annette Sneevliet, Dr Jonathan Hardy, Dr Julie Geraghty, Dr Elizabeth Thompson and Geoff Johnson.
Zhomeo webinars with Louis Klein, Pat Deacon, Pat Maher, Markus Kuntosch, Martin Jakob and others. These are a brilliant and vibrant resource, full of treasures.
Rajan Sankaran and Doctors Bhawisha and Shachindra Joshi’s work and insights.
Michal Yakir’s plant system and Mahesh Ghandi’s work.