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Hello, my name is Andrew Perry. I am clinical psychologist. I offer clinical supervision to professionals. In 2020 I charge £40 for a sixty minute supervision session.

My approach to supervision is to help by example to help find solutions to your professional dilemmas. Deliberately practising new ways of communicating, understanding and feeling. This relational approach is explained in my article 'what are you getting paid for? https://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/counsellor-articles/what-are-you-getting-paid-for

My supervision training, qualifications and experience are detailed below.


I have received training in clinical supervision from within the NHS (generic and clinical trainee specific supervision) and externally on a British Psychological Society (BPS) approved course. I am also trained to a doctoral level in the clinical application of cognitive, behavioural, systemic and psycho dynamic psychological models. 


Doctorate: Clinical Psychology: University of Leicester (2007)

Post Graduate Diploma: Psychology: University of Durham (2003)

Bachelor of Arts (Honours): Development Studies: University of East Anglia (1995)


I am an experienced clinical supervisor of professionals. I have clinically supervised people in the NHS, private and voluntary sector organisations for the past eighteen years. I have been clinically supervised by clinical psychologists for the past seventeen years.

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West Lothian

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access Unspecified


​​​​​​​​I offer consultations throughout the week.

Types of client

Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Dr Andrew Perry - Clinical Psychologist

Dr Andrew Perry - Clinical Psychologist