I offer supervision to qualified counsellors and psychotherapists who are looking to develop their theoretical understanding and to learn relational techniques which will enhance their work to make them more effective.I run a monthly study/process/supervision group for qualified transactional analysts and integrative psychotherapists. I sometimes have a space in it but also will keep a waiting list if you are interested.'The Art of Relational SupervisonClinical Implications of the Use of Self in Supervision Groups'was published in October, 2015 This book includes 6 vignettes by supervisees working in various group with me describetheir personal experiences, enactments, and 3 chapters by me exploring ways to reveal the unconscious processes within the cient, the therapist and the superviser.
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