Supervisor Profile

Juliet McDonnell Verified Professional Verified Professional
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MA, UKCP Registered

Supervision details

I offer clinical supervision to trainee and qualified counsellors and psychotherapists. I trained in person centred, integrative arts and existential psychotherapy,  completing my own clinical training in 2006. I now run a busy private practice in London and in Guildford,  Surrey.  I look forward to the possibility of working face to face again, later in 2021. I'm happy to work online/by phone with you where ever you are based.   For me,  supervision is about creating a trusting relationship which allows space to reflect on your clinical practice.  Our work can be flexible - encompassing  'normative', 'formative' or 'restorative' elements (Procter 1982). I can help you build your practice and meet professional standards (normative). I can encourage and share resources for learning and development (formative) I can offer support and a place for your feelings and responses to your clinical work (restorative). Supervision is an essential aspect of self care.  

I have also have extensive experience of mentoring, academic and research supervision, working at Lancaster University Management School for the last 10 years. I completed a Masters in Management & Organisational Learning at Lancaster University in 1998. 

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Guildford, Surrey, GU1

Key details

Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair access at Willen House EC1V 9DX

Type of session

In person

I offer supervision to trainee and qualified counsellors and psychotherapists. I offer a space for you to reflect on your clinical work.