Professional Supervision

Bryan currently provides professional supervision for managers, clergy, religious, parish workers and therapists.

Bryan approaches the supervision relationship as a ‘companion on the journey’ providing an opportunity for the professional to:

  • Feel understood and supported as a person of intrinsic value within the context of their professional life

  • Review their professional activity be it direct service, planning or  management

  • Become more aware of the thoughts and feelings impacting on their level of satisfaction in professional activity

  • Explore the possibility of new ways of interacting with or responding to work experiences and people 

  • Consider the impact of changes which occur as a result of their increased awareness of how they operate as people

  • Explore what enlivens or drains their energy; what they imagine; what they avoid

  • Review their goals in work - both short term and strategic

  • Consider their development needs as a professional