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I feel passionately that therapists need good support systems and supervision is an essential part of this. I want to support my supervisees to have flourishing, sustainable practices and aim to offer a combination of support and challenge.

My supervision training  was at the Karuna Institute which focused on a contemplative approach. I have also worked for many years in small group peer supervision groups which have also informed my practice. I offer both small group and individual supervision.

This year I am also offering an online training called Resilience Practitioner training for Counsellors and Psychotherapists.

Over the years I have supervised trainee therapists  from many different trainings including The Karuna Institute, BCPC, The Iron Mill, Strode College and Sweet-track Counselling

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1 Hanover Square
Silver St

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Jane Sanders

Jane Sanders