CHARITY WORKFORCE SUPERVISION AND MENTORING
Charity Workforce Supervision and Mentoring
The charity workforce of so many charities across the UK, who work on a one to one basis with those in need of support are significantly in need of a robust supervision and mentoring. Those working face to face, whether individually or in units will benefit from our Charity Workforce Supervision Mentoring Service. We incorporate clinical supervision of individual caseloads as well as to groups within a trauma informed response element. We addition to wider supervision on such issues as supporting survivors and perpetrators of sexual abuse in residential, day care settings, conducting sex education group-work in a psychotherapeutic context and exploring the team dynamics evoked by working with traumatised clients.
Commissioning a service such as SJD Supervision Consultancy Services with provision of robust Clinical Supervision with a BACP Senior Accredited Supervisor allows for experienced nurturing, guidance and a knowing that support is always available is invaluable, in this ever changing world.
We offer the full package of Supervision and Mentoring to both counselling individuals and groups in any charity workforce. Working across the UK, we offer telephone and video sessions. We provide the very best nurturing, supportive supervision and mentoring service possible: all charity workforce employees receive a unique welcome handbook.
The supervisory relationship is seen as a common accepting of goals and tasks within a strong bond of mutual trust and respect.
- Supervision mentoring sessions facilitate support and encourage reflection in a safe and confidential environment.
- Supervisees are encouraged to disclose and share their own processes within their caseloads.
- Sessions encourage the workforce own self-worth, values and strengths, continuously empowered by clear and constructive feedback, guidance and nurturing support.
- Continued professional development is part of the supervision and mentoring if necessary.
All Supervisors working with SJD Clinical Supervision and Consultancy Services are Senior Accredited Supervisors and members of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP), each has their own professional liability insurance and are qualified experienced and trained to provide Professional Supervision in the workplace.
“I work as a CHISVA (Children and Young People’s Independent Sexual Violence Advisor) across Lincolnshire and I have been provided with Clinical Supervision Services from Sue Daniels for the past three years. I have found this support invaluable. The supervision has empowered me and enabled me to perform to a high standard within my role. By encouragement and development of self care tools. Providing a warm and approachable service. As well as having a clear understanding of my role. Making me feel understood and valued.”
“Domestic Violence is tough, working with and seeing victims who keep going back to the terror they live with on a daily basis is heartbreaking to say the least. I simply couldn’t do my job without Sue’s strong, clinical support. When working on the frontline, face to face with the horrors that this in-house violence causes, you need to offload because sometimes it just gets hard. Every time I have supervision with Sue, I feel that I’m doing a good job and always, more at ease to continue. Fully recommend this service to all those working with any of life’s issues to be honest.”