I am a fully qualified clinical supervisor, having completed a Diploma in Creative Arts Supervision Training (CAST) at the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama (2018). I am registered on the British Association of Dramatherapy (BADth) Supervisor's Register. I am an experienced Arts Therapist (Dramatherapist), fully qualified and practising since 2003, and am registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC). I can offer individual supervision online, on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis, depending on your caseload. Sessions are for 1 hour and cost £50. (Session cost can be negotiated in advance for students or those on a low income - Please contact me for details). I use a wide variety of creative resources and drama/storytelling techniques to help supervisees explore their client work. Please see my main profile for further details of my training & experience & the ways in which I work. I currently have availability for Supervisees (e.g. counsellors, psychotherapists, arts therapists, play therapists, or any health or social care professionals) and can offer Clinical Supervision using the Creative Arts at an affordable rate, on an individual or group basis. I can also offer online Supervision for supervisees in other locations. I also offer Creative Supervision Groups. Please contact me for details. Below are testimonials from supervisees: Individual supervision "I found the supervision sessions with Lynn very insightful and helpful. It is clear Lynn has lots of expert knowledge and experience with a wide range of clients in the community and was able to give clear examples and suggestions that had relevance and meaning to my work. I valued how concisely Lynn was able to help me understand certain theories in relation to the context of what I had brought to the supervision sessions which furthered my understanding as a DMP practitioner. Lynn was very approachable and made me feel very comfortable and understood in our skype supervision sessions. I felt very supported by Lynn and would thoroughly recommend working with Lynn as a Supervisor." (Dance Movement Psychotherapist, May 2019). Creative Group Supervision "Thank you for a really useful and illuminating space in which to think about clients in a creative way. It has added another element to how I approach client work." (Integrative Counsellor, Female, November 2019).
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