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I am a qualified UKCP Recognised Supervisor and a HIPC Recognised Training Supervisor. In addition to supervising experienced psychotherapists,  I am qualified to supervise early career UKCP psychotherapists (1-5 years post first registration) and trainee psychotherapists. 

Working integratively, drawing upon Psychodynamic, Humanistic, Existential and Transpersonal approaches, together we will explore parallel process, transference, therapeutic relationship, amongst other aspects of the work. My approach is professional and participatory in nature. Contractual and ethical boundaries are adhered to, and just as importantly, I embrace the richness that a participatory environment can bring to the supervisory experience. I will encourage you to actively engage in the supervision process. My view of supervision is an engaging, learning and unfolding experience not just a reporting exercise.

I have extensive experience in supervising experienced, early career and trainee therapists and counsellors both UKCP and BACP. Through my work as the Director of Professional and Academic Studies at a BACP and UKCP accredited training college, I am fully aware and understand the supervision standard required for experienced qualified therapists and trainee therapists in todays ever evolving psychotherapy and counselling professional landscape.

Sessions are available Face to Face in London or Berkshire, Zoom and Vsee. 

Fees: £75-£95 per 50 minute session. Please note I have a seven day cancellation notice period.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
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Wheelchair user access

Types of client

Older adults
Julie Scully UKCP, Individuals, Couples & Supvn.

Julie Scully UKCP, Individuals, Couples & Supvn.