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I have been a clinical supervisor for over 10 years, and offer supervision to qualified and trainee counsellors/psychotherapists, both individually and group. Web based sessions using Zoom can be arranged. 

My supervision training was integrative, and  my approach reflects that, drawing on ideas from humanistic and psychodynamic traditions.  My supervision practice is underpinned by the ideas of Hawkins & Shohet's 7 Eyed Model,  and Proctor & Inskipp's Cascade model.  I aim to provide a safe space for practitioners to explore all aspects of their clinical work, without judgement yet always with the client's best interest as imperative.  My aim is to enable clinical potency and resilience  in a supportive, restorative and ethical environment. 

I am able to offer creative methods to explore issues presented in supervision, and this is always invitational. 

I work to the UKCP Supervision Policy, which states:

"Supervision is understood as a reflective and evaluative process conducted within an articulated working relationship between a qualified or trainee psychotherapeutic practitioner and an appropriately knowledgeable supervisor.

The purposes of supervision are:
1) To underpin and promote reflective and informed practice .

2) As a result, to underpin and support best practice in a way that is beneficial to both practitioners and service-users."

You are most welcome to contact me for an informal chat if you would like to know more about my approach.  I offer reduced fees for trainee and newly qualified counsellors.

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Mill Lane
The Old Mill House
East Sussex
TN22 5AA

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access


Weekdays: from  9am  (last session at 7.30 pm)

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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Pippa Moore MA, MBACP, UKCP, MNCS Accred.

Pippa Moore MA, MBACP, UKCP, MNCS Accred.