connecting psychotherapy and spiritual growth for human awakening
This information applies to supervision sessions for counselors, therapists, and other healing practitioners.
Individual Sessions: 140 euros per hour
I review my charges once a year and always give three months' notice of any increase.
I am available for sessions on weekdays, and occasionally at weekends, at Cortijo Llano de Manzano, near Cañar (above Órgiva, Granada Province, Spain—see travel information), and on Skype or by telephone.
Please book in advance and arrive punctually for your appointment. Park at the end of the track, in the parking spaces to the right, or in the extreme left-hand corner to allow access to the neighboring farm.
Please arrive 10–15 minutes early to allow time for mental, emotional and physical preparation. You may spend the time on the walnut terrace (where the Yurt is—see the location) focusing on current issues in your practice.
Please allow 10–15 minutes after your session to record key themes and insights. I encourage you to keep a notebook for your work with me in supervision.
If you cancel a session—for any reason—I will charge you the full amount of the session unless you give me a minimum of seven day’s notice of the cancellation. This applies even if you are incapacitated though illness, accident, or any other unexpected event.
Emergency and extra sessions are available when you work with me in regular ongoing supervision. Please phone and I will see you as soon as I can.
Please give me as much notice as possible of holidays and breaks from ongoing supervision.
Ending ongoing supervision usually requires at least one session in which we consider the content and process of our work together. Dealing with the ending considerately and responsibly allows us to make an assessment of your strengths and weaknesses as a practitioner, make recommendations for your future development, identify problem areas and acknowledge what we have achieved together through constructive appraisal.
In supervision with Richard I was able to pinpoint my strengths and weaknesses as a psychotherapist and learn from Richard’s immense experience how to refine the structure of my practice to make it more effective G.F.