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Clinical Psychologist, DClinPsy, BSc(Hons) NEpsychology LTD

Supervision details

Supervision sessions are available in person or online. I have been qualified as a Clinical Psychologist since 2008 and have completed supervision training.  I have supervised many Clinical and Counselling Psychologists throughout my career. I have also supervised members of the multidisciplinary teams I have worked in, including Physiotherapists and Nurses.  My supervision role has allowed me to meet and connect with some wonderful colleagues. In my leadership roles, alongside direct clinical supervision, I have also spent many years supporting psychologists to balance their caseloads to maintain wellbeing and work / life balance. My main therapy approaches are Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Therapy but I draw from a range of models, including Compassion Focused Therapy.  I have specialisms in trauma and physical health, particularly persistent / chronic pain. My approach is flexible and if any urgent needs crop up for supervisees, I try to accommodate a brief call to chat things through. Supervision is available in my clinic room in the centre of Morpeth or on Zoom / other video platform.  Fees are £100 per hour.  Please get in touch to discuss your needs and chat further.

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Watson House, 23 Oldgate, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE61 1QF

Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE3

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Online platforms

Skype
Zoom
VSee
Whatsapp

Type of session

In person
Online
Phone

I am an experienced supervisor offering online supervision or face to face in Morpeth town centre. My models main are ACT, EMDR and CFT.

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