Deborah Auer

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Psychologist, DCPsych. and Clinical Supervisor, CSAccred.
Available for new clients
Available for new clients

This professional is available for new clients.

Thatcham, Berkshire, RG18
Available for new clients
Available for new clients

This professional is available for new clients.

Supervision details

I take an integrative relational supervision stance incorporating a wide range of therapeutic techniques and models. My approach provides useful perspectives and resources in supervision. The focus is on the therapeutic process which means we look at your process as well as that of the client’s. Sometimes there can be a parallel process; what is happening in the room between you and a client may also occur in supervision. By exploring this in supervision often great insight, movement and growth can be gained for you and your client. 

Particular emphasises is placed on reflection, continuing development and challenge. The aim is to build a supervisory relationship that is respectful, safe and mutually explorative. The welfare of the client is held at the forefront throughout the learning process in supervision, spefically in terms of knowledge attainment and skills development. When relevant to do so associated client issues will also be discussed for example: medication, hospitalisation, case management, referral to GP or specialised mental health team. 

Depending on your clinical caseload, we can meet for weekly, fortnightly or monthly 50 minute supervision sessions. 

I charge £80.00 per session payable by bank transfer prior to each session. For any cancellations 48 hrs notice is required otherwise, the full fee is payable. 

Reduced fee arrangements for in training therapists and psychologists is occasionally possible.

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Turnpike Road, Thatcham, Berkshire, RG18

Key details

Can offer sessions online or telephone instead.

Type of session


I am a BPS Registered Clinical Supervisor. I am also listed on the RAPPS list of registered supervisors with the BPS.

Deborah Auer
Deborah Auer