My supervision practice has a person-centred foundation, integration of theory with practice alongside a creative element always with a focus on supporting you in your practice. 

As your supervisor my aim is to build a solid, professional, collaborative relationship with you, offering you my objective thoughts and reflections to help you in your relationship with your clients.  

Qualified counsellors, counsellors in training on placement and agencies seeking group supervision are welcome to contact me to discuss their needs in more detail, or to arrange to an initial introductory meeting. 

In addition to talking any issues through, I may suggest we work creatively by using action work, creative tools/media or creative thinking. You are free to choose what works best for you and this will always be respected.

Sometimes exploring different avenues can provide a broader opportunity to explore resistance and obstacles within clinical work. These methods may, at times, be very enlightening, allowing you to feel confident in exploring your practice in a new way, and hopefully allowing you to see your clients from a different perspective, thus provoking therapeutic change in your clients.  

I very much look forward to hearing from you.

I currently offer clinical supervision to other Counsellors, Counsellors-in-training, groups and those in other helping professions. I offer supportive and warm nurturing environment where exploration, reflection and creative methods of engaging in therapeutic work with others can be developed.

Supervision is provided within 1-1 settings and group supervision  

For more information and an informal chat feel free to please contact me

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Pure Health
21 Priestgate
DN18 5ET

Types of client

Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

Key details

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Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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My office space in on ground floor level with no steps anywhere in the building

Type of session

In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

Supervision available for qualified Counsellors, students, groups and individuals from other disciplines tailored to meet you individual needs