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Whatever your work is, I believe that supervision is useful for everyone. It allows us to distance ourselves from what we are going through in our relationships.

Everything we do is directed by our experience, our values and belief systems. The more we are aware of this, the less blind spots we have - and the more we can be creative and present to each other's worlds and then make « responsible » decisions.

I see the role of supervision as a way of zooming in, to take a step back, to see differently, to see what we cannot see from where we are….

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Based on the relationship we’re going to create, here are some examples of common topics that we can explore in supervision together :

  • Who you are, strengthening your way of working, and defining your professional identity. I particularly love supporting practitioners to define and find their own voice and professional style. 

  • Finding support and growing your practice, especially at the beginning, or after you have just graduated (or finished your training)


  • Enriching your practice through didactic contributions related to the case


  • Questioning your limiting beliefs and value systems,

  • Challenging your defenses,


  • Being able to be in the relationship with your clients without blocks or blind spots, being in the here and now, 


  • Allowing your emotions and body information into the work, working with countertransference, 

  • Distinguishing your intentions from your actual impact and being able to measure it

  • Being able to see your clients with fresh eyes


  • Being able to focus on the process vs the content or the story


  • Being in contact with your own limits, what do they say about your clients? What elements of the system have you not taken into account? What is the parallel process involved? Are you judging them and how does that speak to you? How can you reformulate their behavior? What does this client touch in you? What beliefs or value systems have they touched on or disturbed? … 


  • What contract/framework do you have with your clients, your colleagues? What are your limits? How do you “hold” them? What are the consequences if they are not respected?

  • Looking at the ethics of the profession,


  • How do you use your intuition and all your senses?


  • What is your personal philosophy and what are your theoretical references?

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