Masha Bennett offers clinical supervision to therapists, counsellors, mental health professionals, addiction practitioners and criminal justice workers. She is a registered psychotherapist and supervisor with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).

Trauma-informed supervision is essential for any worker in a helping profession who comes into regular contact with traumatised individuals, and not only for those employed in specialist trauma services.

As part of the supervision process, Masha can help practitioners to:

  • Assess suitability of clients for treatment/intervention
  • Enhance your practical skills and knowledge
  • Expand your range of interventions
  • Understand principles of trauma-informed care
  • Further develop understanding of mental health, trauma and addictions
  • Overcome the obstacles to successful treatment
  • Incorporate creative techniques into your work with clients/service users
  • Ensure your own and client’s safety
  • Enhance the level of rapport and connection with clients
  • Increase your behavioural flexibility
  • Improve your referral process and communication with other health professionals
  • Contribute to best practice in your organisation
  • Reflect on your personal and professional development
  • Reflect on the codes of ethics and practice of your professional organisation

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