To maintain best practice, all counsellors should receive regular supervision (talking with another professional about our practice).  This is a vital part of counselling and helps to maintain the the high standard our clients expect, and to keep counsellors safe.

During my supervision sessions I may discuss my case load, but I will never reveal any information that might identify my clients in any way, thus preserving confidentiality.

Supervision is a means of ensuring ‘quality control’,  for learning and development, and to ensure we work ethically and within our levels of competence.