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Relationship / Family Psychotherapist and Supervisor

Supervision details

Clinical Supervision Supervision plays an important role in my work both inside and outside of the training room. I have supervised placement trainees and qualified therapists on a one-to-one basis and in groups for many years.

My supervision style is collaborative in nature and as an Integrative Systemic Therapist and Educator, I work with a number of different modes of therapy such as Humanistic, Psychodynamic, Cognitive, and Behavioural. My way of working is to enable therapists to ‘blend together’ a range of theoretical knowledge and skills interventions for the benefit of each client.

Along with ensuring ethical and cohesive practice, an equal focus is placed on the practitioner achieving their own personal & professional development goals within the process as well as helping to build and protect the relationship they have with their clients specifically paying heed to transference and how to work with this within the therapeutic alliance.

My Supervision days and times are mutually agreed upon with each practitioner and the duration of supervision is 90 minutes (1.5hrs) per month according to British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) recommendations and according to the needs of the supervisee.

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The Cornerstone, Norreys Avenue, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG40 1UE

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Clinical Supervision Supervision plays an important role in my work both inside and outside of the training room.