My training and supervision maintains a strict focus on the protection, care and safety of all people involved.
Training from a suitably qualified professional – along with periods of supervision – is essential for the maintenance of membership and registration with BACP, UKCP and the Professional Standards Authority.
Q: What is the beneﬁt of attending a workshop?
A: Workshops allow participants to up-skill in the presence of a highly qualiﬁed consultant/ trainer. This directly contributes to the personal and professional development of the participants, enhancing theoretical knowledge, skills competence and learning. Training also widens the scope and range of client work that participants become eligible to take on, as their competence levels signiﬁcantly increase.
Q: What is the quality of the training provided?
A: Victoria Sharman is a skilful facilitator with experience in many modalities of therapy and supervision including: mentoring for practitioners working for organisations; working in private practice; in training for accreditation and also complaints processes.
Victoria is an accredited member of the Professional Standards Authority, working within the BACP and UKCP ethical codes of good practice.
Q: How do these workshops improve accountability and performance?
A: A safe and conﬁdential space is created in the workshops to deal with issues of public safety, accountability, responsibility, performance and quality control. This offers ways of reducing clients’ complaints, and limiting potential litigation and sanctions.
Empowering supervision and training, helping organisations to support their counsellors,
those in training and those in independent practice.