I have been working as a supervisor by non-statutory and statutory agencies, including charities (Mind, Turning Point, Addaction, Lifeline), NHS Trusts and local counselling services. I provide private supervision online or at my private practice in central London, W1B 5TF. I am also the VIA Psychosocial Therapy Manager. I work from an integrative perspective (mainly CBT, Systemic and Existential), but I respect the orientation of my supervisees, helping them to relate their client work to their theoretical background. I offer a safe space for supervisees to reflect upon the content and process of their work and to feel validated and supported as a person as well as a therapist. The model of supervision also incorporates space to consider ethical dilemmas, burn out, loss of confidence and professional development. I am also experienced in working with multi-heritage and diversity issues that might be brought by therapists who also work with clients from different cultures. My Fees are £110 per individual supervision session online or in-person at my central London practice. I do not offer concessionary rates. I accept some private insurances.
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