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My approach
As a supervisor I draw on my person-centred philosophy to create a safe, supportive learning environment in which supervisees can reflect freely and openly on their client work, whilst also attending to their own growth and development. I offer a space where unconscious processes in the therapeutic relationship and the transpersonal dimension of the work can be explored, as well as issues of diversity, professional boundaries and ethics. 
I offer one to one supervision in my private practice, in person or online. I also supervise groups, working with both trainee and qualified counsellors from different modalities. I have particular experience of supervising trainee and newly qualified therapists, supporting them in using counselling theory to understand and deepen the therapeutic process and in exploring and developing their own unique therapeutic practice.
My qualifications and experience
I hold a Certificate in Integrative Supervision from Re-Vision (Nov 2020). I am an approved supervisor for Metanoia’s Person-Centred department and supervise on Re-vision’s Integrative Counselling training. I have supervised and trained counsellors working with survivors of sexual abuse in Mumbai, India, since March 2020. I supervised groups at The Awareness Centre from December 2020 to July 2021, supporting counsellors working short term within the NHS and longer term in the low cost counselling service. I see individual supervisees in my private practice.
Fees and cancellation policy
I charge £50 for a 50 minute supervision session and offer concessions to trainee counsellors and people on a low income.

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Studio 31, Hideaway Work Space
1 Empire Mews
SW16 2BF


Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

Key details

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Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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Type of session

In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

I offer one to one or group supervision to counsellors and psychotherapists of different modalities, qualified or in training, in person or online.

Sophie Clarke

Sophie Clarke