Supervisor Profile

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MBACP Psychotherapist/Relationship Counsellor

Supervision details

I gained my CPCAB level 6 Diploma in Online Therapeutic Supervision with OLT. Over the last 16 years or so I have worked as a supervisee with many supervisors; both in organisations (NHS and Relate) and in private practice. I have gained a lot from their different approaches and personalties. My supervision model mirrors my therapy model and is influenced by my core trainings in psychodynamic, systemic and mindfulness based models. In my psychotherapy practice I work with individuals and couples. 

I have trained in many different modalities over the years and I am happy to work across modalities and models of therapy. I am not trained to work with a CBT model. 

I work collaboratively and relationally. I can provide support and mentoring to newly qualified therapists and also work in a collegial model with more experienced therapists. I believe that the supervisor/supervisee/client system continues to grow as the work in each part of the system develops. I have a fairly down to earth approach to both my psychotherapy and supervision work. 

A preliminary meeting of 30 minutes is free of charge. At the moment I am only working online via Zoom.  

I charge £90 for 1.5 hours of supervision and can offer one hour sessions charged at £60. 

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Wheelchair user access

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Stratford has wheelchair accessibility.

Type of session


My supervision is influenced by psychodynamic, systemic and mindfulness models. I am happy to work with newly qualified and experienced therapists.