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As an integrative supervisor I do not believe there is a ‘right’ way of working which means I welcome working with therapists of different modalities and will invite you to own your practice which will differ from mine. 

The Supervisory Process and My Approach

I see supervision as a joint undertaking where we will evaluate and reflect on your work including your personal process and self awareness.  This may involve theoretical thinking, ethical considerations and restoring/developing your professional capacity.  I believe the supervisory relationship to be fundamental to our work together and my intention is that we create a container within which you can bring all of yourself and your work.

I use the 7 eyed process model as a frame through which we may consider what is happening in the room with your clients.  You may find supervision to be encouraging, challenging, insightful, educational, developmental and transformative.  As part of my ethical commitment to you and your clients I will also voice concerns with you if they arise.

I understand and work with issues arising from arrested development (which may include personality disorders) and can support your work with this client group.  

As a counselling tutor I have an understanding of challenges facing trainees and newly qualified counsellors and welcome working with you if you are at this stage in your professional development.  

I offer supervision to individuals and groups.  To find out more you can visit my website, or to arrange an initial meeting please contact me by phone, text or email. 


I am qualified with a Diploma in Integrative Supervision for Individuals and Groups from the Grove Practice in London. 

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

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Tuesday 9am - 7pm

Wednesday 9am - 7pm

Thursday 9am - 7pm

I have limited Saturday and evening availability and welcome enquiries.

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Jo Schroeder (reg. MBACP, DPhil)

Jo Schroeder (reg. MBACP, DPhil)