Supervision for Coaches - executive and life coaches
I approach supervision throughe a process of reflective enquiry. I have been told by clients that I help them bring clarity to their coaching dilemmas, support their personal development and offer valuable teaching to support their practice. Supervision is a shared process, whereby we look at client work together in a spirit of peer reflection. As a supervisor, I also have a responsibility for the maintenance of professional standards and protection of the client and coach. I am pleased to say I have never had to act on any transgressions of such standards. Many of the coaching dilemmas brought to a supervision exploration are the result of the impact of trauma from early years of life and my experience of working within the trauma field, particularly the theory and practice of Professor Franz Ruppert, is a key element of what I offer. The reflective focus is on the coach, the client, the relationship and the context in which the coaching is taking place. I work with clients regularly over a period of time, maybe years, and I also work with clients for one-off sessions or in respect of particular clients. All work is confidential as you would expect. I work via skype, telephone or face to face sessions in Devon and occasionally in London.
Supervision for therapists and counsellors who wish to deepen their understanding of trauma
Using the same reflective enquiry approach, I also offer supervision for therapists and counsellors for their whole case-load or in respect of particular clients. This is via Skype, telephone or face to face in Exeter. We may use the Identity orientation Psycho-Trauma constellations process as part of a face to face session to help deepen the understanding of the practitioners part in particular client work.
"Supervision is a very important part of my ability to work safely, professionally and within the knowledge base that I have acquired. I heard Jules speak at a lecture and then a couple of years later at a conference and on both occasions was no only inspired by her knowledge base but also her ability to connect with people. Her knowledge on working with trauma was inspiring. I already had very good supervision in place but was also seeking supervision by someone who was an expert on working with trauma (a very different client group and way of working then to general therapy clients). I have now been seeing Jules for about 2 years for specific client sI see. She has proved invaluable. She helps me unpick the complexity of trauma, helps me keep my work safe and boundaried and always empowers the skills I already have. I would have no hesitation in recommending Jules to anyone, however experienced you are". SJR, qualified psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor (UKCP), practising for nearly 30 years.
Individual therapeutic exploration
I offer a reflective enquiry process for individual exploration of behaviour, feelings, physical symptoms, problems with eating, relational problems and work related problems. The 2 hours sessions may be fortnightly, monthly or less frequently. As part of the reflective enquiry, we would work with the psycho-trauma theory and constellations process developed by Professor Franz Ruppert. Sessions can be face to face in Exeter; or via skype.