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SUPERVISOR
James Rye, Counsellor Supervisor



James has written an analysis of the legal, professional, ethical, and organizational influences on the supervision process.

Read the full analysis HERE.

"THE SUPERVISOR
I WANT TO BE"
Read about James's background and the people and experiences that have helped shape a view of the kind of counselling supervisor he wants to be.

"The supervisor that I have enjoyed working with the most carried out the five functions of supervision that Beinhart has identified: monitoring and evaluation, instructing and advising, modelling, consulting, and supporting. On occasions she provided the experience of a senior colleague. Sometimes ..."

Full article HERE (rtf) or HERE (pdf).
SUPERVISION
MODEL
Some supervisors are very directive, others are laissez-faire. In this article James tries to explain two routes through the supervision process.

"... On these routes there is a standing back from technique to ask about thought and feeling during the transaction and about what was left unsaid and why. Both supervisor and supervisee are struggling to hypothesise about what might be happening..."

Full article HERE (rtf) or HERE (pdf).