Supervision with Julia Scott
Supervision is provided by Julia Scott, an accredited counsellor with many years of experience of counselling, trauma therapies and supervision, mostly gained in private practice.
Since 2009, I have supervised counsellors working in private practice and for a range of agencies, including The Bridge, Western Counselling, Somewhere House, Network Counselling and SARSAS. I am an approved supervisor for the National Counselling and Psychotherapy Society.
I hold a Postgraduate Diploma in Supervision from the University of Wales, Newport, and am experienced in supervising counsellors on a one-to-one basis and in groups, on a private basis and in organisational settings.
My supervision model is integrative, based on my person-centred philosophy and practice, and draws from Hawkins and Shohet’s seven-eyed process model and the normative, formative and restorative tasks of supervision (Inskipp and Proctor, 1993, 1995). My aims are to facilitate your process of exploration and reflection on your work and on your therapeutic relationships, helping you to develop your own ‘internal supervisor’, and to support you in taking care of yourself. In 2022, I completed an MSc in Psychology, which has equipped me with a deeper understanding of human behaviour, enabling me to conceptualise clients’ presenting issues from a broader, evidence-based framework. I bring this understanding to my supervision practice, where appropriate.
I am open to enquiries from qualified counsellors seeking individual or group supervision, and from organisations looking for supervisors for their counsellors and other staff. I offer supervision in person and online; for counsellors, the expectation is that supervision is mainly in the mode in which you practise. I welcome enquiries from students, but please be aware that I only occasionally have fortnightly spaces available.
Enquiries from other professionals are also welcome, for example teachers, pastors and healthcare professionals, who feel they would benefit from a confidential space to reflect on their practice.
Qualified counsellors: £80 per 1.5 hour session (monthly)
Student counsellors (limited availability): £45 per one hour session (fortnightly)