I have a UKCP accredited diploma in Integrative Supervision. I am also a MA qualified BACP registered & experienced adult therapist with over 11 years experience & a UKCP MA qualified child & adolescent psychotherapist.
As a supervisor, I use my child & adult psycho- dynamic teachings, play, creativity & my strong attachment to humanistic principles to create a collaborative, attuned, empathic, supportive & safe space in which to explore clinical work, looking at legal and ethical issues like safeguarding, boundaries and confidentiality, your self care & personal development.
My approach is relational, and recognises the impact of intersubjectivity & intersectionality on all in the supervisory space. Exploring the impact of oppressions & difference on the client/ therapist, supervisor/ supervisee relationship, & on our understanding of the client and their material is important.
I have supervised counsellors in training and those who are highly experienced, those working with adults and young people, in private practice and in organisations (including ones providing trauma therapy for those who have experienced domestic abuse). I have supervised those that are person centred, psychodynamic, humanistic and/ or integratively trained.
I can provide supervision online, via telephone or in person.
I charge £65 - £75 per hour based on where I see you . If in my consulting room in South Milton Keynes, or online, my rate is £65 per hour and if in Olney (Bedford) my rate is £75 per hour. I do offer a discounted rate for those in training.
For more information, please contact me on 07525 687 961.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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