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Following my psychotherapy training, and after having been practising for a number of years,  I  trained and qualified as a  group and individual supervisor,completing  an extensive  one year training in  psychodynamic and psychoanalytic supervision, with BAPPS.( UKCP reg)
I became a member of BAPPS: the UKCP Reg. British Association of Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic Supervision in 1994.   A year or so ago ,  I took a break from my membership but  am currently in the process of resuming it.
I offer  psychodynamic and psychoanalitic  supervision , on an individual and on  a  group basis,  in the context of my East London private Practice,  to counsellors and psychotherapists, who  range from recently qualified to  well established and experienced practitionners  who have an individual  or /and group  or/and  couple. caseload.
Given   my own extensive , professional experience, in a number of different  of settings,   I am able, when supervising , to draw on this , and  offer a  holding context that is both safe and containing, as well as facilitative of in depth explorations  and reflections of clients issues. It gives the opportunity to experience a  safe enough supervisory space  giving the possibility to the supervisee  for taking helpful and  real but  manageable risks. This does  enable  the practionner being supervised to hopefully deepen their  understanding, as well as their empathy. for the people to whom they are offering help.
I currently supervise a group of french/ french speaking psychotherapists, who work , individually, or with families,  in french, within a multi disciplinary french London Clinic,  I also see  several supervisees  in my private  practice.

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Other languages Fluent French, fair German
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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Astrid Hoang-Brown UKCP Registered

Astrid Hoang-Brown UKCP Registered