Supervisor Profile

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Supervision details

Hello colleague,

I am a practising Somatic Supervisor with over 14 years experience offering Somatic & Creative Supervision to Counsellors & Counsellors in training throughout the UK.

 I have extensive experience supporting students from a variety of approaches taught at various Scottish universities & colleges.  I also provide professional support to a local charity. 

I am passionate about supporting practitioners in the development of Somatic Counselling skills as I believe that therapy which focuses on mind as the exclusive source of perception & wisdom to the exclusion of the rest of the body, creates a conditional foundation for limited growth.

​I am rooted in person-centred practice & value supervision as a co-creative relationship where all of you is welcome in service to your clients & to your personal and professional growth.

​I also offer monthly group supervision called Sacred Supervision which honours & fosters the somatic & transpersonal essence of counselling & supervision.

​If this is part of your practice, or it piques your curiosity & you would like to learn & co-create in supervision this way, please contact me.  I would be delighted to hear from you.

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In person

I offer somatic supervision to qualified counsellors and counsellors in training. I offer monthly group supervision called Sacred Supervision.