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I am an experienced Clinical Psychologist, working both within the NHS and in private settings.  I have provided supervision to  Assistant Psychologists and qualified Clinical Psychologists.  I am an affiliated supervisor with both Coventry University and The University of Birmingham for their Trainee Clinical Psychologists and offer both core and specialist placements to Trainees.

My specialist area is adult mental health, in particular complex trauma.  I work using an integrative model and utilising a range of psychological models; including  Attachment Theory, Acceptance Commitment Therapy,  Compassion Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.  

I aim to offer supervision which encourages and supports therapists to  offer an ethical, compassionate and professional service to their clients. This will be achieved through reflection, theory and experience.  I am passionate about the supervisory space enabling professionals to reach their best performance.     I believe that the work we do requires a demanding, continuous investment of ourselves and that too deserves to be explored, understood and reflected upon.

Next steps:

I would be happy to discuss your supervision requirements and answer any questions you may have. I offer an initial telephone meeting so that we can both assess whether we are the right ‘fit’ for each other.

There is no charge for the initial meeting, subsequent supervision sessions are charged at my hourly rate of £50.00. 

Please feel free to contact me for further information.  I offer online or telephone supervision if appropriate.

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39A Regent Street
Leamington Spa
CV32 5EE

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In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Dr Sarah Berger (Chartered Clinical Psychologist) DClinPsych, MRes, BSc

Dr Sarah Berger (Chartered Clinical Psychologist) DClinPsych, MRes, BSc