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Dorothy Sun - Adv.Dip Counsellor, Reg. MBACP (Accredited) & Clinical Supervisor

I am a qualified Clinical Supervisor trained with The Centre for Personal and Professional Development – Counselling School (CPPD) using The Cyclical Model.  I provide affordable Integrative Relational Supervision for qualified and trainee counsellors within organisations, including counsellors in voluntary sector placements, Higher Education and services working within NHS guidelines and within the Charity Mind.

I am available for 50 minutes individual supervision or group supervision sessions.

If you would like support with your clinical work, I invite you to contact me for a free telephone consultation to discuss what you’re hoping to get from supervision and to explore your expectations and concerns. I provide a safe space to reflect on your work with clients and your personal development as a therapist.  Opportunities to discuss the application of theory to practice and to consider ethical, professional counselling issues, safeguarding clients issues and reflecting on the ‘here and now’ relationship between supervisor and supervisee are intrinsic in my approach.  My aim is to encourage therapists to develop their own ways of reflecting and processing clinical material so that over time, they may formulate and establish their own identity as a therapist.

I currently work in private practice as a counsellor and supervisor in North London with both long-term and short-term clients and supervisees.  I am a Clinical Supervisor for Mind in Barnet working with groups on a weekly basis.  My broad experience over the years include: working within NHS surgery, Brixton Prison, primary and secondary schools, Barnet Bereavement Service, Mind, The Awareness Centre and DePaul/Alone in London.  I am comfortable to work with people from diverse ethnic, multicultural backgrounds and welcome the opportunities to do so.

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Crouch End

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access


Available Mon - Wed, daytime & evening

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Dorothy Sun - Adv.Dip Counsellor, Reg. MBACP (Accredited) & Clinical Supervisor

Dorothy Sun - Adv.Dip Counsellor, Reg. MBACP (Accredited) & Clinical Supervisor