I offer supervision to qualified therapists, counsellors, Counselling Psychologists and Clinical Psychologists. I have an interest in the role of supervision in supporting clinicians, and have provided supervision in both private and NHS settings. I have undertaken the BPS Approved Certificate in Clinical Supervision and the SDS Accreditation in Clinical Supervision (Level 2). I am registered on the BPS's Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS).
Approach to supervision
I believe that supervision should serve a several key functions, including:
- Providing a safe environment to explore and examine your own emotions and reactions in response to the work.
- A restorative aspect supporting wellbeing.
- A consideration of ethical concerns to ensure client welfare and professional standards.
- Increasing the clinician's effectiveness through developing understanding and knowledge
The extent to which these different aspects are stressed is dependent on your own needs.
In line with my own practice, I offer supervision for clinicians who integrate different theoretical models in their work. I have a particular interest in CBT, ACT, Mindfulness-based and DBT-informed approaches.
£75 per hour
£100 per 90 minutes
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