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Psychotherapist, MA, MBCT, Clinical Supervisor, ACS

Supervision details

I offer Clinical Supervision to Counsellors and Therapists. My model of practice is integrative, Person Centred, informed by a Psychodynamic Approach and the Seven Eyed Model. I have worked with a great diversity of trainees, groups and those in private practice. I have clinical experience in supervisory roles within the NHS, special needs scholastic settings and in my private practice on Harley Street. I also have many years of experience working with Non Government Organisations and Not for Profit organisations. I was encouraged to supervise others as I had such inspiring supervisors in my career, all of which are published authors and great influencers in the field; Stanley Ruszczynski (Tavistock / Portman Clinic), Kate Rothwell (FATAG), Lyn French and James D. West (JKP). I studied Clinical Supervision in the Health Care Department of University of East Anglia which is approved by the General Medical Council (GMC). I offer flexible sessions fortnightly or monthly, Online and One to One either in Greenwich or at my Harley Street practice. I am happy to have a brief confidential chat with you about your most challenging client cases or how I may support you in your own private practice or clinical setting.

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Harley Street, London, W1G 7HY

Greenwich, SE10

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*I am not currently seeing clients Face to Face. My private practice in Greenwich is on the ground floor of a Georgian house. There is one step to enter, which is easily accessed with a wheelchair or walker.

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I offer Clinical Supervision to Counsellors and Therapists.