One of the services that JSA Psychotherapy provides is clinical supervision. Daisy works to support the therapeutic care givers of residential children’s homes, to ensure that they are given regular opportunity to offload challenging or traumatic experiences from their work, and helped to remain confident and grounded while providing their own care to the young people they are responsible for.
Using a broad palette of creative supervision techniques such as those suggested by Mouli Lahad, Caroline Shuck and Jane Wood, and informed by the narrative therapy approach, Daisy brings a variety of skills to bear to help her supervisees explore occurrences of transference and resolve feelings of distress or frustration that naturally arise in an environment of care for vulnerable young people.
Daisy is currently working towards final accreditation in therapeutic counselling skills and incorporates this knowledge into her practice with a non-directive, client-led approach to supervision which centres the focus of each session on the supervisee. This ensures an appropriately humanistic model of care by prioritising their experience and perspective within the flow of conversation.
Daisy possesses a first class honours degree in Film & Media Studies from Manchester Metropolitan University, specialising in creative writing and multi-platform content production. She also applies these skills in ongoing business development projects with an aim to provide JSA with a voice in today’s online landscape and keep the company abreast of advances in technology and communication.
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