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My supervision is Integrative and Relational and I am passionate about supporting the safe, ethical good practice of my supervisees. I have loved the 11 years of my professional life supporting the development of other therapists. I really enjoy my supervisee relationships and have spent thousands of hours listening to supervisees bringing case material and themselves to supervision. I hope to promote an active learning environment that is non-threatening, but also rich in exploration and also holds a therapeutic view of the work.

I aim to work in a collaborative way and see myself as being valuable to my supervisees both as a supporter and a challenger. I believe the space I offer is dynamic, creative, fun, empathic and rich - and I enjoy learning much from those I work with.

Because of my work at The Swan Project in Bristol (which offers up to 48 placements to counsellors), I have worked with student and qualified therapists who come from so many training backgrounds and colleges: including Metanoia, Bristol University, BCPC in Bath, Iron Mill and others. I have worked with Psychotherapists, Counsellors and Counselling Psychologists with a wide range of modalities from Psychodynamic to pure Person-Centred.

I am an accredited therapist and member of BACP.

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Newton Poppleford

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access


Currently all my work is being held online via Zoom. I have a small waiting list, with spaces coming up in October.

Types of client

Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Hannah Duncan MBACP (Accred)

Hannah Duncan MBACP (Accred)