I offer psychodynamically orientated supervision for one-to-one psychotherapy, in group and individual settings. I have substantial experience providing supervision for groups and individuals working in a variety of modalities. My clinical experience is mostly psychodynamic in orientation, but I have been able to support counsellors working in integrative approaches as well as clinicians providing short-term interventions with thinking about their patient, formulating what their struggles are, their defences, and how best to work with them. My way of working in supervision relies greatly on the transference and countertransference situation, and how these might manifest in the supervision session. I will listen carefully to the material you present and aim to guide you to reach your own conclusions. In supervision we can focus on the various aspects of your patient's inner world, the unconscious communication between them and you, as well as your technique.
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