In 2004 I qualified as a clinical supervisor and since then have supervised therapists, supervisors, youth-workers, tutors, managers, bodywork practitioners and a chaplain or two.
I would describe my style as being primarily interested in the person of the therapist/practitioner/my supervisee, and their experience of the work. I am fascinated by the processes and relationships of therapy and how they can become mirrored or paralleled in supervision.
I believe that everything in our lives impacts our work and everything in our work impacts our lives. Supervision becomes then a bridge between the two territories where we can survey the terrain on each side and ourselves on the bridge! This, hopefully gives us some perspective and then choice about what we wish to carry from one side to the other. We all need to exercise some super vision to see where we are and where we're headed sometimes.
Some people coming for supervision choose to work outdoors with me, for some or all of their sessions. This gives different and rich ground for the work.
I also provide Skype and telephone supervision on occasions, and have found email to work quite well for reflective practitioners and those who benefit from writing.