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I obtained an Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapy Supervision from the Institute of Family Therapy (London) in 2008

I have many years experience of providing managerial and clinical supervision to psychotherapists and other mental health specialists both in the public and private sector.

I have provided supervision to systemic \family psychotherapists and to psychotherapists trained in other theoretical modalities

My approach to supervision is underpinned by a belief that a clear agreement needs to be made between myself and the person I am supervising. This agreement could be written (though need not be) and should include statements concerning: how I will aim to meet the needs of the supervisee; the parameter and boundaries around supervision and the role and responsibilities of the supervisee. I regard these as essential components to a successful an effective supervisory relationship.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Alan Hudson

Alan Hudson