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In my experience, counselling and psychotherapy supervision is best when an environment is created where we can consider the whole picture: Your clinical practice, personal development, career development, as well as the most challenging aspects of the work we do.

Having undergone an extensive psychodynamic core training, underpinned with a long personal analysis, experience and feedback shows me that I am able to create a safe, containing, non-judgemental psychological environment where we can explore the whole picture.

Since training I have completed further trainings in CBT, EMDR, organisational trauma, reflective practice, and group supervision. I also ensure I complete an ongoing and varied programme of CPD including Gestalt group work, Systemic Constellations, art therapy, working within the law, marketing, as well as the full range of clinical issues.

My own work experience includes long-term psychotherapy and brief-focused counselling in private practice, employment as psychotherapist with a homelessness charity, EAP case manager, critical incident debriefing, organisational trauma consultancy, reflective practice groups, and supervision. I have experience at senior level of developing and delivering a community counselling service, and prior to retraining as a psychotherapist, a career in social welfare, addictions, and criminal justice.

I offer supervision in central London at £70, with a reduced rate for newly qualified therapists.

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Hatton Garden

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access

One step from street level to front door entrance, then lift access. Call me in advance to arrange assistance.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Andrew Jenkins MBACP (Accred)

Andrew Jenkins MBACP (Accred)