Livewell Supervision / Counselling service can provide effective staff supervision in a variety of Education settings, including primary, secondary and further education. The new inspection framework within Ofsted will be looking at how schools consider staff well-being under leadership and management teams.

School Inspection Handbook (2019)


1-1 Supervision for Head Teachers

We provide supervision for headteachers and senior leaders. The purpose of supervision in education is to support educators in reflecting on their work, relationships, the emotional demands of their work, and the impact these and the wider education system have on their psychological well-being. As a result of dialogue, new meaning is created, and learning is co-created, forming new action pathways that can contribute to good practice, effective relationships, enhanced wellbeing, and professional and personal growth.

Supervisory sessions are for 60 minutes, and can be scheduled monthly or on an individual basis.


Group Supervision

Our group supervision services are available to teachers and teaching assistants. In group supervision, individuals can explore, reflect upon aspects of their work, learn new skills, and share new ideas.

Since trust is fundamental for group work, it’s crucial that the management team isn’t present during group sessions. The sessions are usually 1.5 hrs in length and can be tailored to meet the needs of any particular group.


Counselling for Staff in Education

The use of early intervention can prevent work-related stress from having a negative impact on an individual’s health in terms of both physical and mental aspects.  Additionally, this supports the overall functioning of the organisation.  

We offer one-to-one psychotherapy, EMDR therapy, person- centred therapy, and integrative therapy sessions to all employees in the education sector


Child 1-1 Therapy  

By offering theraphy for young in education, we offer a more tailored service by assessing the child’s needs and addressing parents’ and school’s concerns. Rather than predicting the sessions, the sessions will be tailored to the child’s needs.

We have qualified counsellors who are specifically trained in creative therapy to deliver individual sessions or group sessions on a wide range of topics such as:

  • Low-self esteem
  • Autism
  • ADHD 
  • Loss 
  • Relationship issues 
  • Parents separating 
  • Anxiety 
  • Self-harm
  • Carers 
  • Abuse 
  • Bullying 

As part of our group counselling services, we also provide support on subjects such as how to build self-esteem, resilience, what constitutes a healthy relationship, and transitions. As part of group work, we offer psychoeducation on topics related to risky behaviour.

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