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Philippa Weitz

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Pip-Weitz-2017

Since qualifying as an online supervisor I have been supervising supervisees who are working all over the world, which means that I am thinking all the time about international and jurisdiction issues, which of course are not always easy to be clear about. I provide supervision both to individuals and to groups. If you are […]

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Membership Number: 217
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Since qualifying as an online supervisor I have been supervising supervisees who are working all over the world, which means that I am thinking all the time about international and jurisdiction issues, which of course are not always easy to be clear about. I provide supervision both to individuals and to groups.

If you are looking for an online supervisor I would encourage you to just book one session with me first to see if you like the way I work.

Supervisors Information
Online Supervision Qualification:

2016 OLT Diploma in Online Therapeutic Supervision

Supervision Special Interests:

Depression and anxiety, bereavement and loss, transgender issues

Professional Memberships Bodies Supervisors:

British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. Registered Member Number 047948 ISMHO The International Society for Mental Health Online ACTO The Association for Counselling and Therapy Online Number 217 The Relational School

Code of Ethics adhered to Supervisors:

BACP Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions (2015) BACP Good Practice in Action 047 Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions Supplementary Guidance Working Online guideline (2015)

Experience of supervising online:

I only supervise online and having completed a diploma in online supervision means I also have the training to provide online supervision. I work with supervisees both in groups or individually. I also work for companies who have teams of therapists working online who need to receive their supervision online.

Supervision model I mainly use:

I find Inskipp and Proctor’s (2001) process model extremely useful as they give a structure to work with, these summarising as Normative (managerial aspects), Formative (training and learning aspects) and Restorative (emotional support aspects).

Reference:
Inskipp, F., Proctor, B. (2001). Making the most of supervision, Part 1. Twickenham: Cascade

Other models I am conversant with:

Page S & Woskett V. Cyclical model
Peter Hawkins and Robin Shohet Process model

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