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I offer clinical supervision to both trainee and qualified counsellors and psychotherapists individually or in small groups.  I am an Integrative Psychotherapist and Counsellor with experience of working in the NHS, charities and in private practice with adults and couples which I bring to my supervision sessions

I have a BPS approved qualification in Supervision

My style is collaborative and supportive to the therapist offering a space where we can consider your work with clients.  Certain areas are tended to which focus on the needs of the client, any ethical considerations and the development of the practitioner

Theoretically I draw from psychodynamic, humanistic, transpersonal, relational and attachment perspectives.  These are all embedded within a foundation of radical acceptance and compassion

The sessions aim to be explorative and creative also taking into consideration parallel processes, transferences and countertransferences. They maybe predominately reflexive or more focused on specific interventions and strategies to aid the work depending on what is required

My couples supervision draws from my training at The Couples Institute with Ellen Bayder. This is a very up to date framework using recent research on attachment, neuroscience and developmental levels of the couple as a framework to conceptualise the work

The fee is £85 for 50 minute sessions. Concessions are available for students in daytime hours

If you have any further questions or would like to arrange an initial session please feel free to be in touch.

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East Dulwich


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In person
Home visits

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Sign language Unspecified
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Stephanie Wilshaw MA UKCP Reg MBACP

Stephanie Wilshaw MA UKCP Reg MBACP