with Laurie and Christophe Claret


Here's what supervision is all about and how to use it: 


The benefits of supervision : 

a- transform the knowledge acquired during training into skills 

b- provide a secure framework for your practice 

c- work on blind spots

d- enhance your practice by daring to do things your own way


The framework
When it comes to integrating a subjective approach such as Etherapie™, or those of all humanistic approaches, theoretical knowledge of models is limited only by experimentation in the field. After the basic course, it's important to experiment and debrief on these experiments, which is what we call supervision. During a consultation, it is estimated that 5 to 10% of the issues raised also concern the practitioner, so there is always a small percentage of messages for oneself. Every 10 appointments, the therapist/coach can be said to have had his or her consultation. Provided you take the measure of it and draw the lesson/fruit(s) from it.
In supervision, when starting an activity or a new practice, we consider 1 hour of supervision for every 20 hours of clientele.
Supervision can take place in the office, by videoconference (Zoom) or by correspondence (email, SMS, WhatsApp, Signal, etc.), and is based on the therapist/coach's experience of "reality in the field".
In general, we recommend 3 to 6 months of supervision, after which it is possible to make adjustments according to one's needs..


Our proposal 
In Ethérapie™, depending on whether you're a "young sprout" or an "experienced oak", the pace of appointments isn't going to be the same. However, the rule of 1h for 20h seen above remains true in all cases. On the practical side, as mentioned above, supervision can be carried out progressively, by email for example, or during Zoom or face-to-face appointments at our office (Aix-En-Provence).
You can send us a credit in the amount of your choice (based on 2 euros incl. VAT per minute), from which we will deduct the time spent per question (the "kitty" or "supervision credit" concept).


If you wish to credit your Supervision kitty:


Our contact details:
Laurie Claret : 📞+(33) 7 69 06 24 48 📧[email protected] 

Christophe Claret : 📞+(33) 6 22 35 76 16 📧[email protected]


In addition to the 4WE core curriculum, we offer additional courses which you can consult on our website via the following link:
In addition to these complementary courses, you can still revise or discover the updates individually or in small groups of 2 or 3, at the office (Aix-En-Provence) or by Zoom, on the themes you have identified.
These modules may last 3 or 6 hours, and the cost will be shared according to the number of participants. Depending on your requests, we can group your needs together and plan 1/2 days (or full days) for people with the same needs.


Why there's no such thing as "repeating" in Ethérapie™

If you're already familiar with the approach founded by Pascale and Marc Polizzi: there's no such thing as "repeating" in ETHERAPIE™ ;) We go deeper... Knowing that the key words in learning are repetition... and practice, experience ;)

As Marc Polizzi says: "As Ethérapie™ is a brain-right approach, it fits into a non-linear trajectory of things, we usually talk about a circular vision of things, but in reality it's a spiral.  The notion of repeating a class, which in the myth of the straight line is experienced as a stop on the line, doesn't exist in the right-brain, non-linear approach. On average, you have to "repeat" a class 3 times if you want to master all the content of a lesson. It's not a question of "repeating" as with left-brain knowledge; repeating a course allows you to evolve. In the brain-right approach, on the one hand, integration takes place as you go along and, on the other hand, even if the WE titles are the same, they never have the same content (the content is recontextualized according to the group and the needs of the moment). Of course, this won't be repetition in the sense of "seeing the same film again", since brain-right teaching doesn't propose identical repetition, but revisiting the same basic corpus (concepts + tools + methodologies) under different themes, or different angles of attack, or simply taking into account the group present.
In short