As an experienced practitioner and supervisor with an extensive clinical background, I offer individual and group supervision to qualified and trainee counsellors/therapists. I welcome supervisees from diverse backgrounds practising in a variety of settings and informed by different modalities.
Drawing on my own clinical work of more than a decade, ongoing training and CPD, substantial experience as a supervisor of mindfulness practitioners and facilitators, my approach is integrative and relational. The supervision I offer is in line with the BACP ethical guidelines; supported by regular, in-depth integrative and mindfulness-based supervision; and underpinned by my clinical and personal mindfulness-based and compassion-focused practices.
My focus is to work with you collaboratively in developing and maintaining a self-reflective therapy/counselling practice: challenging you where appropriate and supporting you in regularly reviewing your self-regulation and self-care. I encourage exploration of unconscious processes in what may be going on within both the therapeutic and supervisory relationship.
I will bring curiosity, engagement and empathetic support to you in delivering your client work and shaping your clinical practice. I am steady, open, knowledgeable, intuitive, and have experience across different theoretical frameworks.
My training is integrative: originally in Psychosynthesis, from where my practice has continued to deepen, broaden and embrace developments in contemporary thinking and include other integrative, mindfulness- and compassion-focused, body-based and phenomenological approaches (theoretical and experiential) in relation to both individual and group work.
Fees: £50 for a 50-minute supervision session (Tues, Thurs, Fri, normally late morning/early afternoon).
Having established an ongoing face-to-face supervisory relationship, we may decide to move predominantly to Zoom/Skype sessions. I have a limited number of lower cost supervision spaces (sliding scale) for trainee and recently qualified counsellors with a low household income.