I have experience supervising Counselling and Clinical psychologist throughout my career both as trainees and as qualified psychologists. I am knowledgeable about the ethics and values of psychology as a discipline and see supervision as a space to strengthen and develop your identity as a psychologist. I see supervision as a space to encourage curiosity, your mentalising capacity and nurture reflective practice. It is also a collaborative experience where we work together to discuss, explore and exchange ideas. I am CAT supervisor accredited by ACAT and I draw on this model in supervision to formulate and build a picture of the clients' presenting difficulties. I also practice CBT and 3rd Wave models, so that supervision is a integrative process that weaves in these two models of therapy.
British Psychological Society
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