Emma Cameron

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MA. Integrative Arts Psychotherapist UKCP, HCPC
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Colchester, Essex, CO7
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Supervision details

I am a UKCP Integrative Psychotherapist and HCPC Art Psychotherapist. I offer a creative, trauma-informed and relational approach to supervision for psychotherapists, counsellors and Art Therapists. I hold a Diploma in Relational Supervision, via a UKCP-recognised course which also meets BACP supervision training requirements.  I have a diploma in Online Therapy, and a diploma in Digital Supervision, so I'm well placed to help you with the challenges of working online with your clients during the pandemic and beyond.  I aim to build a thoughtful, reflective and useful space where you can explore your client work from different perspectives. A space where we can work together to undo aloneness and enable a supervisory relationship that's kind, facilitative and non-shaming. I also love helping supervisees with knotty issues such as setting fees, which can be a surprisingly emotional issue for so many of us in this profession! I have extensive experience and training in several types of psychotherapy, including both psychodynamic and humanistic approaches. I do a lot of CPD so I feel that I keep fairly up-to-date with integrative theory and practice.    Supervision fee: £90 per 50-minute session. 

Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)

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UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)

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Accredited register membership

UK Council for Psychotherapy
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Wivenhoe, Colchester, Essex, CO7

Key details

I work online only, at present.

Online platforms


Type of session

In person

I'm an online-qualified psychotherapist and supervisor; I work creatively and relationally from both a humanistic and a psychodynamic perspective.


Emma Cameron
Emma Cameron