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I am a qualified Supervisor and have completed the COSCA Validated - SCOTACS Supervision in Practice Training.

As a qualified CBT & EMDR therapist, I offer supervision from CBT perspective, but am able to reflect and adapt supervision in an integrative way across several modalities. I have experience working with children and have completed my certificate in Counselling Children and Young People, so offer confidence in supervision those working with children and youths. 

I consider myself to be a challenging supervisor, but challenging in a healthy a collaborative way which encourages creativity and self-discovery. Ethics, boundaries and risk form an important part of the supervision process and I work with Supervisees to help increase and enhance their knowledge in these key areas. I am open to sharing CBT & EMDR Tools and Techniques and encourage the use of a whiteboard to release creative flare.

I have experience working with CBT and Person Centred Therapists as well as with students. Having a wealth of experience in business and being involved in several board rooms, I’m able to offer a focus on private practice, structure and organisational context.

My current rate for supervision is £50 per hour, but this is negotiable depending on your number of clients. 

If you would like to discuss you supervision needs, you are welcome to email or call me also. 

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22 Toftcombs Avenue
South Lanarkshire

Office 6
48 Berkeley Street
G3 7DS

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
Employee Assistance Programme


Stephen Queen

Stephen Queen