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Approved Supervisor- UKCP, AFT Systemic Psychotherapist/ Family Therapist, Supervisor & Trainer.

Supervision and consultations offered to Systemic Psychotherapists, Family Therapy Trainees and Systemic Practitioners, social workers, IDVA, teachers.

I am open to requests from therapists trained in different modalities and interested in receiving systemic supervision. My aim for supervision is to provide the supervisee with a space where they can receive support in managing work with people in high distress and complex needs, they can review their approach to particular cases and enhance their existent skills or learn new techniques in promoting better outcomes for their clients. I see supervision as a space of mutual influence and development.

I qualified as a Systemic Psychotherapist/ Family Therapist in 2010. My experience of working with individuals, couples and families spans mental health services- children and adults, social services and the voluntary sector. I have worked with the full range of mental health presentations of children, adolescents and adults offering comprehensive assessments and therapeutic interventions. I qualified as a Systemic Supervisor in 2018. I have been a clinical supervisor in Child & Adolescent Mental Health services and Children Services supervising professionals from different disciplines i.e. family therapists and therapists of other modalities, social workers and workers within targeted services. I am also an experienced trainer of systemic practice and theory.

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4A Station Parade
W5 3LD

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages Albanian, Greek, Italian


Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the counsellor to discuss the options available.

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Wheelchair user access


I offer morning, afternoon and evening appointments- depending on availability upon contact.

Types of client

Older adults
Rainela Xhemollari

Rainela Xhemollari