Being in the moment

It is hard to fathom that we are now in May and 2019 is racing by without any opportunity to write any new blogs. I have been reflecting on this today and recognise that I have been reveling in being ‘in’ the moments in supervision this year, and spending less time reflecting on these moments. […]

Doing what we aspire to do

Recently I have had two interesting feedback moments in my supervision room.  The first involved someone coming back a month after our supervision session, and expressing that a core belief they had held onto for 50 years had been changed since our last supervision.  Their comment to me was, “I don’t remember what the question […]

It’s all about relationship

Supervision is foremost about relationship. I’ve been pondering what this means in supervision this week. I am not one to agree with the proposal that supervisors should be changed after one or two years of working with them, and yet I also recognise that a supervision relationship should not go on indefinitely without review and […]

Starting with values

No matter our ideology, worldview, model, theory or roles in supervision, I believe we always start with our values; articulated, consciously or otherwise; in our work.  Naming and knowing the values which inform us has a flow on effect into our supervision practice and conversation.  A recent conversation I had in supervision with someone revealed […]