I have a Diploma in Integrative Supervision and I am experienced in working both with groups and individuals. I enjoy supervising therapists from a range of different theoretical orientations. I base my supervisory practice on the principles of Carl Rogers and the person-centred approach; this means I try to offer a real, non-judgemental and empathic relationship as a supervisor, so that supervisees feel confident to address the issues they choose to bring in a transparent and authentic way. I use my own clinical experience with a very diverse range of clients to support supervisees in their work. I am equally happy exploring relational issues between supervisee and client, and theoretical concepts and how they might apply in the counselling room. I welcome new enquiries from prospective supervisees.