It is my intention to make supervision something you look forward to, something that holds and supports you in and out of the therapy room. I welcome anything into our relationship that contributes to your well-being. I want supervision to the thing that balances out the demands this work can place on you.

My approach to supervision draws on the seven-eyed process model which tells us how valuable this can be, held within the ethical framework of the BACP.

As a supervisor and therapist, I believe in working with the uniqueness of each relationship so that it is able to meet your individual needs, including support, education, guidance and process.

My approach to supervision is suitable for

  • Counsellors and psychotherapists.
  • Counselling students.
  • Anyone working in helping professions such as social workers, support workers and medical professionals.
  • Employers, managers, business owners, and directors.

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St Austell

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I can provide online & telephone counselling. Under some circumstances I can visit you in the home if it is safe to do so.

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Type of session

In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

I offer a supportive supervison for counsellors, therapists and everyone else in the helping professions.