Mary Pelham, MSc Integ. Psych., UKCP Reg., MBACP Reg.
I am a UKCP registered psychotherapist and approved supervisor. I am a Member of BACP, listed on their Register of Counsellors. I am also on the Metanoia list of approved supervisors. I offer individual or group supervision to counselling and psychotherapy students as well as to more experienced therapists and coaches. I provide a safe, empathic space to assist ongoing professional growth, the development of reflexive practice, and will support you through your training and beyond and through the difficulties that may arise in your work.
I also provide specialist supervision to people who work with:
- clients experiencing domestic and sexual abuse;
- young people;
I have experience of clinical practice in a variety of agencies: alcohol dependency, bereavement, women's issues, victims of violence and hate crimes, young people, as well as general counselling and psychotherapy, supervision and coaching in private practice
o Masters Degree (MSc) Middlesex University
o Postgraduate Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy from Metanoia Institute
o Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector. (DTLLS)
o Postgraduate Certificate Integrative Supervision - Metanoia Institute
o Postgraduate Certificate Integrative Counselling and Coaching
o Metanoia Institute primary supervisor
o UKCP registered supervisor.
I have worked for many years as a tutor of counselling in further and higher Education as well as a trainer for charities and community groups.
I supervise groups of counsellors at agencies working with young people, modern slavery teams, bereavement as well as people experiencing domestic and sexual violence.
I value the richness of difference and recognise the uniqueness of each person. Relationship is at the heart of my work.
Please contact me to arrange an initial no obligation consultation to discuss supervision requirements.
Fee: £65 per hour individual session.
Group sessions can be arranged to meet BACP/UKCP requirements.
Some concessions available for students and volunteer counsellors/therapists.