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MSc. UKCP (Accred.) Registered Member MBACP

Supervision details

I offer online or face to face daytime supervision to trainees and qualified psychotherapists and counsellors from any approach who hold the therapeutic relationship central to their work and are open to working relationally in supervision.   I've had exposure to theories from other humanistic modalities, and therefore can often find points of common ground. My core philosophical approach is Person-centred & Experiential which is integrated with a relational approach to supervision.  I've found Hawkins & Shohet's seven-eyed model a useful and accessible model for exploring the therapeutic relationship and other influencing factors with the aim of facilitating both the supervisee's and client's capacity for growthful change. Having studied to masters level in my core training, I have a sound theoretical knowledge of the core and more contemporary theories within the person-centred approach, and therefore am well placed to support person-centred trainees who would like supervision to enhance and consolidate their knowledge.   In addition, I can offer support for the academic and clinical hurdles that trainees have to navigate!  If you have any questions about how I work, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

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Market Harborough, Leicestershire, LE16

Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK11

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Type of session

In person

Relational Supervisor | Diploma of Clinical Supervision | Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute | recognised by the UK Council for Psychotherapy