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I am a registered supervisor with UKCP. I have been fortunate in having a richly textured background in supervision.My own first supervisor was Tavistock trained (over twenty years ago) and I worked with her for a number of years prior to my own analytic training at The Guild of Psychotherapists.I was also privileged to work with an extraordinary supervisor from the British Association of Psychotherapists who supervised my work for many years in London in addition to members of the training committee of The Guild.This launched me, many years ago, into my own work as a supervisor,appreciating the supervision encounter as much as the therapeutic one, and gave me an excellent grounding in offering supervision to others.It is a place where I grew and developed as a therapist,facilitated, encouraged and contained, and where I came to know myself as therapist.I hope I offer that to others.I work with trainees, therapists and counsellors, individually or in groups.My experience is extensive and includes working with trainee counsellors and therapists on a number of trainings including university of Cambridge courses. Please email or phone if you would like to set up a meeting on 07941760463My supervision practice is in the centre of Cambridge  with easy access to the station and parking facilities. My second clinical practice is in Madingley Road, also with on site parking.

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The Beechwood Complementary Medical Practice, 41 Hills Rd, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 1NT

35 Madingley Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB3 0EL

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Telephone or online counselling offered

Type of session

In person

I am a registered supervisor with UKCP.