September marks the start of the new school term, and I am looking forward to reconnecting with clients and supervisees who have had a break from therapy and clinical supervision over the school summer holidays.
The therapy room is clean and tidy and my mind is refreshed, ready to take on and think with others about where they are at in their journey. It’s only the second day back from leave but I have already had enquires for therapeutic support, so this academic year promises to be as busy and fulfilling as last. I currently have some availability during the working day, so welcome referrals to work with children and young people within their school setting or for supervision of other therapists. My after-school availability does change as clients become ready to end, so do contact me to ask: I can always point you in the direction of trusted colleagues if I am fully booked.
I’m excited about several upcoming Continuing Professional Development events, including meeting with the coordinator of North Herts Emotional Support in Schools Service (NESSIE) to better understand their work within the local area, mandatory (but important) Adult Safeguarding training, and attending Attachment and the Arts, the British Association of Art Therapists’ annual conference. For now though, I thought I’d leave you with this affirmative image which for me, sums up what I hope to facilitate within others…
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