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MA, BA(Hons), PG-Dip, EMDR, MBACP(Senior Accred) CYP UC, NCS

Supervision details

Thank you for visiting the supervision section of my profile. I am BACP(Senior Accredited) as well as NSC(Senior Accredited), I have an MA in Integrative Psychotherapy, BA(Hons) Counselling, PG-Dip Clinical Supervision and am EMDR qualified. I have over 20,000 clinical hours and over 3000 supervision hours. 

Clinical Supervision (Taking your Clinical practice to the next level)

Supervision can look like lots of things. For therapists, clinical supervision should be a safe, vibrant and dynamic environment, a place of sharing, reflexivity and learning. I like conducting supervision where we explore different therapeutic approaches and gaining new psychological perspectives. I can work with your placement and training institution as well as give guidance in terms of your academic work. My clinical supervisees range from students to very senior therapists and supervisors. We can meet for 1½ hours a month or 1 hour bi-weekly session depending on your need. I work Integratively and have lots of experience working within schools, adult services and within private practice. Additionally, I support therapists going through the accreditation process. My supervisees tell me the sessions are fun, equipping and invigorating. I have over 25 years experience working with young people as well as complex safeguarding issues. 

Supervision for Charities and other Frontline workers (Providing support for Frontline workers)

For frontline workers, supervision can indeed be a place where they learn new techniques or more effective ways of working with their service users, but it’s also a place where I seek to help them to unburden themselves from the difficult and draining stories that they often hear and experience. It’s also important to offer frontline workers a space to talk about and explore the struggles in their personal and work life that has impacted them. Having this confidential space can increase overall resilience and mental health. It’s considered good practice for any front-line agency or school dealing with complex issues within their service users, to have monthly supervision for their staff to avoid burnout.

Training, qualifications & experience:

As a therapist I have counselled thousands of people with all kinds of presenting problems from various backgrounds. I lead workshops and training events across London. I consult and clinically supervise staff from a variety of frontline agencies, as well as supervising a large number of other therapists. Finally, I also provide therapeutic support for the Police, the Intelligence services and those within the music industry.

I have an MA in Integrative Psychotherapy, BA(Hons) Counselling, PG-Dip Clinical Supervision and am EMDR qualified, I am BACP(Senior Accredited) & NCS(Senior Accredited)

I offer online supervision which I can be flexible with in terms of days and times. I offer face to face appointments for those willing to travel to HP1. I am specialist trained in Trauma Work, Rape, Abuse, Sexual Abuse, addictions.

I charge £80 per hour (£70 for Student or for those on low income)

If you would like me to work with you then please phone me on: 07939 985158 or email me at

Additionally, If you have any questions about whether I’m the right supervisor for you, then please don't hesitate to call.

I really look forward to working with you.

Thank you

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Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP3

Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5

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Type of session

In person

I offer Clinical Supervision and Frontline Worker Supervision, Online or Face to Face (Hemel Hempstead) Please visit: