Supervision is a confidential and collaborative clinical learning environment based on mutuality between the supervisor and the supervisee. The role of a supervisor is to
- Facilitate an ethical 'holding' space to enable you the supervisee to reflect and learn about yourself as well as explore and understand the dynamics within the therapeutic relationship with your clients.
- Provide a space to receive constructive feedback to enhance your practice, allowing time to explore you as a person as well as your practice as a counsellor/therapist.
- Support with ethical dilemmas, practical suggestions to improve your CPD experience and aspects of life coaching is also offered.
The main theoretical approach at Mabadiliko Therapy is Integrative Psychodynamic, influenced by Intercultural and Relational perspectives. Many different approaches are combined to accommodate the needs of the supervisee and the client; and consider the impact of culture, ethnicity and spirituality on individuals regardless of race, gender or sexuality; inclusive of both the therapist/counsellor and client.
Clinical supervision for counsellors working with children and young people (CYP) under 18 is not provided.
Professional reflective (non clinical) supervision is however available for other types of frontline workers that work with CYP and other client groups.
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African-Centred Intercultural Therapy (ACIT)
An eclectic approach integrating African-centred thought and Intercultural psychotherapy, which addresses
culture, ethnicity, identity and spirituality (CEIS),
when working therapeutically to support individual
mental health needs.
The psychological impact of issues that affect racialised and minoritized groups are also observed through a
trauma informed lens.
These elements are integral to working with persons from minority ethnic groups.