07513 550978

223 Church Ope Road,
Portland, Dorset,
England, DT5 1JA

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Hello and thank you for taking the time to find out more about Sea Change here on the Isle of Portland in Dorset on the Jurassic coast path above Church Ope Cove. This is a wonderful wild place to come to for the three ‘Rs’  we all need at some point as helping professionals – Retreat, Restoration and Re-creation.  Here I give one to one professional supervision to helping and health care professionals in the NHS, Social Services, in Education and in Private practice. I also run bespoke courses in Supervision both here, at your place of practice and by video link using skype/google+

The value of employing an independent facilitator and trainer is that I can help you look at your life in practice from another angle. I’m not a part of your organisational culture.

A mindful and homeopathic approach means a minimal and affordable input which can make all the difference to your life in practice

The emphasis is on safe participation by each of us in working together to discover and maintain resilience and community.

Call in confidence for an informal conversation about yourself or project to see how a Sea Change consultation or training could help you.

Sheila Ryan 0751 355 0978

B.Sc. (Hons) D.S.H. F.S.Hom. Dip. Couns. Dip. Sup. E.A.S. (Teacher)

Reviews

I was prejudiced against needing to train to do supervision and after doing the course feel inspired by the power of the supervisory relationship.

I look forward to nurturing my students and sharing the materials with them I’ve learned on the course.

I’ve learned how to sit back and actually do less and things are much easier now and more effective!

Minimum intervention, maximum learning. How to change your view of the world in 2 days!

I arrived with some trepidation not really knowing what to expect but I found the course very interesting and thought provoking. I am more of a practical type of person and liked the fact that I will have a structure when offering supervision.

I love having the charts we played with to guide me in unchartered waters.

The space was challenging and revealing, enabling clarity and awareness. I think a good supervision is the ability to turn lead (heavy ductile material) into gold (treasure) thus revealing the way to see what’s really going on, outside of the story we tell ourselves, or the story we think we have heard. Inspiring!