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As a clinical supervisor I aim to offer a holding space in which to feel and think out loud about your work with clients

I believe supervision offers a positive means of providing support, developing and maintaining good standards of practice as well as monitoring blind spots and training needs. It is a collaborative and purposeful process to expand my supervisees understanding and skills within their practice.

Phenomenologically speaking, the supervisory relationship may be more adequately described by the term ‘relatedness’  i.e. how the supervisor and supervisee relate to themselves, each other, the client and in turn to others in the world. These relational realms become apparent within supervision. By exploring, reflecting and processing your feelings, assumptions, views and values, as well as the clients’, greater clarity can be realized about the therapeutic relationship.

I am an UKCP and EAP registered Existential psychotherapist and have worked with many supervisees from an Integrative stance at a number of organisations. I have also supervised many groups of students enrolled on the doctoral programmes at The New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling over the last 18 years.

Wherever you are on your career path I can provide an open and flexible attitude to supervision at a frequency to suit your professional needs. I work face to face, via skype or telephone.

Sessions last 50 mins – Fee £80-

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Room 2
Elizabeth House
39 York Road

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In person
Home visits

Practical details

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Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the counsellor to discuss the options available.

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Monday - Friday Daytime and Evenings

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David Dickey-Collas UKCP, EAP Reg.

David Dickey-Collas UKCP, EAP Reg.