The Trust requires all directors accompanying another on their soul journey to commit time and energy to regular supervision, either in a group or 1:1. This helps to ensure that direction works within ethical boundaries and a framework of accountability

The supervision process enables the directee to be assured that their director is engaging in thoughtful, reflective practice at depth, maintaining confidentiality. Just as we expect a doctor, solicitor or member of clergy to invest time in and commitment to supervision to remain effective, so the directee benefits from knowing their director is able to seek regular support and help if necessary.

There is reassurance for the directee to know that their director has time and opportunity to explore their own motivations, personal conflicts, relational issues and any issues of transference in a safe and secure setting.

Contact Chris Mason for further information

Photo © Dr Peter Barrow – with thanks
Photo © Dr Peter Barrow – with thanks