Kathy Stewart

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MSc, UKCP Accredited, Clinical Psychotherapist & Supervisor
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London, SW3
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Supervision details

As a Clinical Supervisor with over 15 years of therapeutic experience, my aim is to offer a supportive, confidential, and enriching environment for therapists and counsellors seeking supervision. My foundational experience stems from collaborations with well-known treatment organizations such as the NHS, Mind, and the Tasha Foundation, where I've worked extensively with diverse populations, including young people, students, and adults.

My educational background features a Master's degree in Psychotherapy from Birmingham University, attained with distinction, as well as comprehensive training at the Northern Guild in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy. I also hold a certificate in Clinical Supervision, certifying me to supervise a variety of healthcare professionals.

My approach to supervision is integrative, mirroring my therapeutic style, which means I adapt my supervision methods to suit the unique needs and goals of each supervisee. This is underpinned by my extensive CPD training in areas such as women's health, ADHD, autism, trauma, creative therapeutic methods, and relationship therapy. With this diverse training background, I can provide in-depth guidance on a wide range of client issues, as well as methodological approaches.

Through empathetic, constructive feedback and collaborative reflection, I aim to facilitate your professional growth and self-discovery. I strongly believe in empowering therapists to make nuanced clinical decisions, develop therapeutic relationships, and maintain ethical boundaries. This, in turn, not only enhances your clinical skills but also contributes meaningfully to your personal development and well-being.

In sum, my supervisory approach aims to foster a dynamic, reflective space where supervisees can explore both clinical and ethical concerns freely. My goal is to guide you towards enriched clinical practice, built on a foundation of ethical integrity, relational depth, and evidence-based approaches.

UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)

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UKCP standards cover the range of different psychotherapies. Registration is obtained by training or accrediting with one of its member organisations, or by holding a European Certificate in Psychotherapy. Accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.

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UK Council for Psychotherapy
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Online platforms

Google Meet

Type of session

In person

Experienced Clinical Supervisor for students & seasoned therapists. Empathetic setting for diverse issues, fostering growth at all career stages.

Kathy Stewart
Kathy Stewart