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Welcome.

It's really important to me, to provide you with as equal and collaborative relationship as possible, to be attuned to your supervisory needs. 

I have a Diploma in Supervision, which is essential. I work relationally and integratively, which means I recognise the importance relationships play in the shaping of our lives including the patterns in our thoughts and feelings.

I integrate the person-centred approach, attachment theory, IFS(Internal Family Systems) and DBT (Dialectic behaviour therapy). I have recently trained in latest developments in Neurobiology and the treatment of Trauma, anxiety, chronic pain, addictions.

When we give so much of our emotional self in helping others, it is vital we look after ourselves, as well as those we help. Receiving the correct Supervision is part of that need, and professional requirement. We need praise for the good work we have done with our clients, and sometimes a different perspective and insight into the work we do too. This ensures we are helping our clients the best we can.

To help you , I can offer you this, including a regular monthly comfortable and trusting space, for you to talk about and for me to help you in the processing of your client work. This will help you be the best professional you can be for you and your clients.

I have gained a Diploma in Supervision and adhere to BACP's Ethical Framework for Good Practice. I too receive regular monthly Supervision and have accessed my own therapy in the past. This level of support, helps me support you. 

If you have any questions about the support I offer, I'd be happy to answer them for you. 


The fee for Clinical Supervisor ; 1 hour £55

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Unit 22
Mercury Quays
Ashley Lane
Shipley
West Yorkshire
BD17 7DB

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Samantha Quinn BA (Hons), MA, Dip Sup, MBACP Reg

Samantha Quinn BA (Hons), MA, Dip Sup, MBACP Reg