23a Seafield House,
Booterstown, Co. Dublin.
Tel: 01 260 5751
Mob: 087 768 9823
Along with John’s many years of practical hands-
All practicing accredited therapists with these associations are required to be in regular supervision and adhere to their relevant code of practice.
Supervision is a formal arrangement whereby a practitioner discusses their work regularly with someone who is an experienced practitioner and supervisor. The task is to work together to ensure and develop the efficiency of the practitioner/client relationship. (Page & Wosket, 2001)
Supervision is for the protection and benefit of the client and the therapist. It
allows the therapist an opportunity to review and self-