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Existential Supervision with Richard

Are you currently looking for a supervisor in the High Barnet EN5 area of London? If so, then perhaps I can help? I am a UKCP registered existential therapist with a certificate in supervision which I gained from The New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling in 2002. Since then, I have supervised the clinical work of many therapists in a wide variety of settings including public sector counselling services, training institutions and private practice as well. 

My Experience as a Supervisor

I trained in both integrative and existential approaches to therapy at The School of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology at Regent’s University, and always seek to supervise across modalities. I have experience supervising therapists working from many different perspectives including existential, person centred, gestalt, CBT, psychodynamic and many others. I have taught in training institutions since 1998 and have an in depth understanding and appreciation of psychotherapy and counselling across the board and I draw upon this in my supervision work with therapists. My aim, ultimately, is to help you to find your own authentic voice as a therapist and to support you in your clinical work with clients.

Contact Richard

If you are interested in developing your practice further and would like to bring an existential dimension to what you are doing, then do feel free to touch base with me by either email of phone. I will get back to you as soon as possible and we can set up an initial session to discuss the possibility of working together.


I charge £65 per session and sessions are 5o minutes long. If for any reason you are unable to make a scheduled appointment, then I require at least 24 hours’ notice of cancellation.

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79 Sebright Road
High Barnet

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

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Types of client

Older adults
Richard Swynnerton MA, ADEP, UKCP reg

Richard Swynnerton MA, ADEP, UKCP reg