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Please note: I am unable to take supervisor enquiries until 1st September 2021 - however please still contact me regarding general enquiries

I am an experienced Psychotherapist and Supervisor accredited by UPCA and a registered member of UKCP.

I have extensive experience in a variety of counselling settings and worked with a wide range of people of different ages, social, ethnic and cultural backgrounds.

My training is integrative which means that I draw upon a range of different therapeutic models but is essentially humanistic and existential.

I believe that supervision is a collaborative process involving observation, evaluation and self-assessment building on the strengths and talents of the supervisee.  Supervision ensures that the supervisee works in a competent manner in which ethical standards and professional practice are used to promote and protect the welfare of the client and the supervisee. 

Supervision is an opportunity for the therapist to reflect on their work, to become more aware of the therapeutic processes and relational dynamics, and to gain greater confidence in understanding the therapeutic relationship.

I offer sensitive, respectful and ethically aware supervision sessions, and I actively support your professional development. 

I offer individual clinical supervision to qualified counsellors as well as those in training.

Supervision sessions last 50 minutes and the fee is £80 per session. 

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Borough House Rooms
Borough High St
London
UK
SE1 1LL

Coombe Lane
Wimbledon
London
SW20 0QT

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Type of session

In person
Online
Phone
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Adults
Older adults
Couples
Frank O'Donovan MA UKCP Psychotherapist & Clinical Supervisor

Frank O'Donovan MA UKCP Psychotherapist & Clinical Supervisor