NEW ONLINE MONTHLY SUPERVISION GROUP – STARTING END OF MARCH – With Monica Haughey
Just 2 spaces Remaining !
Who Is This For?
This is a monthly online supervision group for psychotherapists who want more support and guidance for their work and want to connect with other psychotherapists . It will be of particular interest to psychotherapists who are innovative in their approach and are seeking to develop their practice and also how to apply their insights and skills outside the consultation room.
How Do I Help You?
My approach is to provide a space where group members can be their authentic self and open about the personal and professional challenges presented by theirwork. I bring a relaxed and warm approach and enjoy facilitating a space which is growthful, humorous and supportive. The group is designed to help ensure participants are sufficiently supported to meet the challenges and richness in their work and recognise the value in what they provide.
I am an experienced psychotherapist and supervisor and have been involved in the training of psychotherapists for many years. Alongside a Gestalt background I have considerable experience in mental health and how we can best manage risk in our practices.
I am passionate about supporting therapists finding their voice in society and recognising our increasing relevance as society changes.
Currently I run webinars on Trends in Society and the Opportunities for Psychotherapists and organised the 1st Conscious living and Working conference in Dublin in 2019 .
Fridays 11-1.00 pm
Max No Participants 6
Duration 6 months
Cost €70 per meeting
Email me at email@example.com
See https:www.monicahaughey.ie for more info
What Other People Say:
“Monica provided a stimulating and supportive environment for me to explore my work. She provided both reflections and challenges in a kind and encouraging way, thereby supporting me to meet my challenges with confidence. Her sense of humour wove itself throughout our work and her outlook is resolutely positive, both of which I always appreciated.” Siobhan b Psychotherapist