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Thank you for visiting the supervision section of my profile. I have an MA in Intergrative Psychotherapy, BA(Hons) Counselling, PG-Dip Clinical Supervision and am EMDR qualified. I have about 20,000 clinical hours and about 2-3000 supervision hours. Supervision can look like lots of things. For therapists supervision is often clinical work and therapeutic approaches, gaining new psychological perspectives, the supervisor works as a trainer/mentor/consultant. I work Intergratively and have lots of experience working within schools, adult services and private practice; additionally I support therapists going through the accreditation process. My supervisees tell me the sessions are fun, equipping and invigorating. For non therapists supervision can indeed be a place where they learn new techniques or ways of working with their service users, helping them to unburden themselves from the difficult and draining stories that they often hear. However non therapist also like to use the space to talk about and explore struggles or frustrations in their own home or work life that impact them. Having this confidential space can increase overall resilience and mental health. It's considered good practice for any front line agency or school dealing with complex issues within their service users, to have monthly supervision for their staff to avoid burnout. For Luton I charge £50 per hour / £75 per hour and a half For Enfield I charge £50 per hour / £75 per hour and a half For Northwood I charge £60 per hour / £80 per hour and a half For London I charge £60 per hour / £80 per hour and a half Student discounts are available

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Stopsley Baptist Church
St. Thomas's Road


Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


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Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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Lee Martin MBACP(Accred),MA Psychotherapy,BA(Hons),PGDIP Supervision, EMDR

Lee Martin MBACP(Accred),MA Psychotherapy,BA(Hons),PGDIP Supervision, EMDR