I have a certificate & a clinical diploma in (Gestalt) supervision. My experience of supervision with supervisors of representing different modalities has provided a pluralistic understanding of its potential and function during these last 15 years of professional 'building and investment'

It appears to have created a firm foundation for growth and development of my professional identity, interest and direction I have taken.

I feel compassionate about the development of our profession. I trust that working and building in professional alliances is the way forward.  As a supervisor, I see supervision as a platform for you to establish your unique professional voice, stamp and empowerment. It offers space for reflection and exploration of your professional processes, bringing potential for ongoing learning in client work.  

I am open to look at it from different perspectives of modalities and holding the recognition of the individual stage you may be in your own professional biography.  I see supervision as a 'building project', 'sculpturing' or 'co-creating' it together. I am inviting your questions and core in profession and am willing to learn further together. I feel at this time of great uncertainty in world, we need to find our stance with themes emerging and coming through our meetings with our clients, which may need further exploration & reflection in supervision. I hope to bring components of openness, clarity and capacity to hold these often deep and complex, potentially strengthening, multifaceted professional places you may encounter. 

I offer a free meeting to discuss this further. I am equally interested in working with counsellors and psychotherapist at different stages in their career. 

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14-20 John Street
AB25 1BT

'Old Simeon' Building
Cairnlee Road
AB15 9BN

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

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Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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at John street location

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Type of session

In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

I have a certificate & a clinical diploma in (Gestalt) supervision.