Providing clinical supervision is a very important part of the work I do. Supportive and thoughtful supervision can enable a therapist to reach their fullest potential and is the foundation for providing good therapy. I provide clinical supervision by the hour over Skype, Telephone or Face to Face. I adhere to the supervision model of Compassion Focused Therapy – that we learn best when we feel safe, valued and connected.
I have completed the British Psychological Society formal Supervisory training and I am an accredited supervisor. I have experience of supervising therapists within the NHS and private sector.

I work from a CBT perspective, particularly Compassion Focused Therapy and I have completed the Advanced CFT training by Professor Paul Gilbert.

I have worked in the NHS teams in CAMHS, Forensic, Adult Secondary Care, Adolescent Inpatient and Under 12 service.

 I have received training in the following modalities. I often draw from these different approaches when providing supervision:

Compassion Focused Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy
Narrative Therapy
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Solution Focused Therapy
Psychodynamic Therapy

Fees are £110 per 1 hour of supervision. Meetings can be arranged monthly, every 6 weeks or ad hoc. Meetings can be face to face, via online or telephone.



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First Floor
Above Malvern Hills Dental Care
Somers Rd
WR14 1JD

Types of client

Young people
Older adults

Key details

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Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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One of our premises is on the ground floor

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Type of session

In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

Supervision is a respectful, compassionate private space for a therapist to feel validated and supported.


Dr Abigail Pamich

Dr Abigail Pamich