Stacey Chapman, Acupuncurist in London
Susan has such a warm and friendly approach and has helped me to get clarity on many different things. If you are looking for some support with your practice I would recommend contacting her.
Supervision is not the kind of conversation that involves giving people advice, assessing them or solving their problems for them. It is open and and exploration of creative possibility.
Acupuncturist in Cardiff
I have really enjoyed my supervision sessions with Susan over this past year. Her astute and perceptive questioning and gentle guidance has helped me to reflect upon and resolve some challenging professional issues over the last few months . Her feedback is also incredibly positive and validating. I thoroughly recommend her.
Supervision is a kind of magic that happens when you receive space, time, and professional support for so that you can reflect on encounters with patients and within yourself.
with about your professional practice whether working in a clinic or on your own. You get the space to go over blocks, glide through life transitions and keep on track with self-improvement.
Regular one-to-one supervision helps you to analyse issues in depth. I recommend monthly meetups. It gives you opportunities to let go of self-criticism and isolation when working alone. You can do 1:1 and group sessions too!
Groups are made up of peers in similar practice situations. Each participant gets time to explain and reflect on what's alive in them while getting the rich perspectives from peers. Register your interest below.
Acupuncturist in Leeds
I have thoroughly enjoyed my 1:1 supervision sessions with Susan to reflect upon aspects of my practice. As an experienced practitioner with over 20 years running a busy clinic the temptation can be to not allow sufficient time to focus on your work in this way. I have found Susan to be a very skilled listener, able to make really useful interventions and skillfully guiding me through discussions about complex issues concerning my working life. I would recommend supervision as a model of good practice to anyone and recommend Susan as someone with great skill in the field.