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Pam Marshall (Reg. HCPC, BADth)

London SE4 & SE1
07967372627 07967372627 Registered / Accredited

I am a qualified supervisor registered with HCPC, BADth and PTUK based in London Bridge and Brockley SE London. 

WHO DO I WORK WITH
I offer supervision to therapists, counsellors, students, groups and volunteers providing services for charities. This can be individual, pair or group work. I draw on creative arts methods and dramatherapy techniques.

MY APPROACH
I trained as a supervisor with Robin Shohet and Joan Wilmot at The Centre for Supervision and Team Development. The course invited a transparency of approach in which everything in 'the field' becomes useful. Working psychodynamically we are able to notice the dynamics at play in the client's life, their relationship to the supervisee and the wider environment that the supervisee/client operate within.

Supervision is a compassionate inquiry where playfulness, experimentation and somatic responses such as sensation and gesture are all part of the material to excavate. Often the presenting difficulty contains a metaphor that points to a deeper solution. With the understanding that nothing needs to be 'edited out', supervision is an invitation to feel liberated from professional judgements, a place to examine fear and move into freedom from it.

Fees: (for one hour / 50 mins depending on location)
Individual supervision £50 - £60 
FaceTime and Skype available
Group rates available on request

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Type of session

In person
Online
Phone
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None

Accessibility

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Availability

I aim to respond to your enquiry as quickly as possible. Within two days.

Types of client

Children
Adults
Couples
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Pam Marshall (Reg. HCPC, BADth)

Pam Marshall (Reg. HCPC, BADth)