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I am a qualified clinical supervisor and am currently taking on new supervisees.

I run a busy private practice as a therapist in South London, and am keen to work with counsellors and psychotherapists looking for a private supervisor. I am currently working with trainee students at CPPD counselling School, Regents University and the Anna Freud Centre.  I provide Integrative Supervision for accredited counsellors and psychotherapists  of all training modalities, including trainees who are currently in placement and building up their hours towards becoming qualified and attaining BACP Accreditation/UKCP Registration. My aim is to ensure that supervisees feel supported and able to develop professionally, personally and academically. Whilst also maintaining the standards and ethics vital to our profession.

I trained at Roehampton University in Integrative Counselling and then went on to do a Post Grad. Diploma at Metanoia in CBT.  I later trained as an Integrative Supervisor at The Grove Practice (members of the faculty incude Prof. Ernesto Spinelli, Existential Supervisor) and have since been supervising therapists in private practice.

I welcome supervisees from any stage in their career. In addition to working with trainees I also supervise experienced therapists and offer an intellectually challenging and supportive space in which to discuss your caseload.

My private practice is in Clapham, close to Clapham Junction and about 10 minutes from Clapham South tube station (Northern Line).

Student Fee: £65

Qualified Therapists: £75

For further information or to make an appointment please contact me on 07718535914 or email me at roscarman@hotmail.co.uk

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Naval Mair & Associates
Osteopathy & Wellbeing
Studio 5, Royal Patriotic Building
SW18 3SX

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In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Ros Carman, BSc. (Hons) , UKCP Reg. MBACP (Accred), CBT, Dip Supervision.

Ros Carman, BSc. (Hons) , UKCP Reg. MBACP (Accred), CBT, Dip Supervision.