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Sheila Webb BA(Hons), MA(Psych), UKCP Reg No: 06158347

Tunbridge Wells, TN4
07971855761 07971855761 Registered / Accredited

From my practice in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, I offer clinical supervision individually and in groups to psychotherapists, counsellors, health practitioners and mindfulness teachers. 

I supervise counsellors and psychotherapists who work with both long and short-term clients in organisational contexts, private practice and the voluntary sector.  I have supervised students on the Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling at the Psychosynthesis and Education Trust at London Bridge, SE1.

My supervisory approach, based on a contemplative and mindful model, is adaptable to different therapeutic schools as the supervisees I work with come from a variety of orientations including, person-centered, transpersonal, integrative and gestalt.

I also offer supervision for Mindfulness teachers as well as individual mentoring and support for Mindfulness practitioners to develop their practice after completing the Mindfulness training.

I am a  registered Mindfulness Teacher with The Mental Health Foundation - www.bemindful.co.uk.  

I am an associate supervisor with the Mindfulness Network CIC.

I adhere to the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice and UK Mindfulness Trainers Network professional guidelines for good practice in teaching and supervising mindfulness-based courses.

I aim to provide a compassionate, supportive and enquiring environment where you will feel free to explore your work in a non-judgemental way, building on your strengths yet encouraging growth.

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Tunbridge Wells

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Home visits

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Sheila Webb BA(Hons), MA(Psych),   UKCP Reg No: 06158347

Sheila Webb BA(Hons), MA(Psych), UKCP Reg No: 06158347