Supervision/Consultation For Mental Health Professionals and Art Practitioners
Reflective practice specialising in trauma-informed, embodied and creative approaches for mental health professionals and art practitioners, available for individuals virtually or face-to-face from September.
Right now there are more pressures than ever, and mental health professionals and their clients need support. Covid-19 is adding extra pressures, and so Moving Pieces is offering additional individual consultations and supervision in response to the crisis.
A reflective practice helps to ensure that client service is of the highest quality. It’s also an essential part of self-care, and helps prevent burnout.
Individual consultations and supervision sessions are opportunities to:
- Explore strategies that may be particularly helpful in responding to the current crisis;
- Consider embodied and creative practice in order to deepen understanding of the therapeutic process;
- Learn effective self-care strategies particularly when working with high levels of emotional distress;
- Explore linking a range of theory with practice.
These sessions will take place via Zoom or face-to-face from September.
Individual consultation – £75 for a 60 min session
Regular individual supervision – £70 for a 60 min session
These session are hosted by Charlie Blowers, a UKCP registered psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, yoga therapist, and Feldenkrais practitioner with 30 years of clinical experience with children, adolescents and adults. She works with mental health professionals and arts practitioners working with vulnerable individuals and groups.
She specialises in embodied and creative approaches to managing trauma and regularly delivers the popular training ‘Body Based Strategies to Lower the Risk of Secondary Trauma’ to groups of psychotherapists, arts practitioners and mental health organisations.
For more information and to book please contact Charlie Blowers on charlieblowers[at]movingpieces.co.uk or 07801 641300
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