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Ondine Smulders, UKCP (accr.)

London W1G & SW7
07456 918 147 07456 918 147 Registered / Accredited

I believe that supervision is about becoming inquisitive about the relationship between our clients and ourselves.

In supervision I offer a safe place where you can share freely and unburden yourself, get support and guidance (including theoretical input), and be seen as the practitioner that you are (constantly) becoming.

I will support you and ‘be-with’ you so that you may explore your thoughts and emotions in a safe and confidential setting. I will challenge you in your practice and encourage self-reflection to help you develop high standards of ethical practice to protect you and your clients. I put a lot of emphasis on boundaries, self-care, and breaks, to help prevent burnout. 

I work with psychotherapists and counsellors (including those still training), but also offer support to befrienders, helpline volunteers, carers, support and key workers.

While I work towards my clinical supervision degree (expected in 2021), I am able to offer supervision a discounted rate of £60 per hour (60mn).

I offer supervision in my practice in Harley Street and on Gloucester Road, as well as online or by telephone.
 

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Type of session

In person
Online
Phone
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages Dutch, Spanish & French

Accessibility

Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access

Types of client

Young people
Adults
Older adults
Groups

Social

Ondine Smulders, UKCP (accr.)

Ondine Smulders, UKCP (accr.)