I currently supervise both qualified and trainee Counselling Psychologists and Psychotherapists. I can also accommodate for small groups (2-3 people). Depending on your requirements and need, supervision can either be integrative pulling together my clinical knowledge from the different client groups I have worked with, or it can be tailored more specifically to either Cognitive Behavioural approaches; Existential Phenomenological Psychology; working with children and young people. I am not a Psychoanalytic supervisor however within supervision we will often look together at the dynamics of your therapeutic relationships with clients and potential feelings of transference and counter-transference. I have a very open approach to supervision and encourage an atmosphere where you can talk openly about your clinical work, without fear of judgement. I will always offer a combination of support and encouragement but also more concrete guidance on the work you are doing and areas you can explore in your sessions. If there is a particular strand of therapy you need supervision for, please do get in contact and we can discuss it further.
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