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I am a UKCP registered Approved Systemic Supervisor. I undertook a Diploma at the Parkview Clinic Birmingham Childrens Hospital run by John Burnham in 2015-2017. I offer face to face and Skype  supervision individually and to groups of professionals. I also offer supervision of supervision. I myself receive supervision of my work both individually and in a group (face to face and by Skype.  I have been a supervisor for well over twenty years both to clinical psychologists,family therapists, counsellors and CBT therapists and other professsions who wish to focus on bringing the systemic model into help their clinical work . The model also offers opportunities to apply it to organisations and this can be an additional or particular focus for supervision. To this end I have been employed to offer supervision and consulation to managers and teams in the NHS particulary in operational change roles. I have several Associate lecturer posts where I undertake lecturing and delivering supervision.  I am employed to deliver lectures,marking, and group supervision on the Childrens and Young Persons Improving Access to Psychological Therapy at Northampton University. I lecture on both the North Staffordshire and Birmingham University Doctorate in Clinical Psycholgy. I am involved in a project to develop the systemic supervision skills of clinical psycholgists in the west Midlands region. In the past I have run Continuing professional development groups , run summer schools for the Masters in Systemic Psychotherapy at Leeds University.      I offer face to face supervision £65 per hour or online £50 per hour 

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Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4

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Wheelchair user access

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There are ground floor rooms which are accessible aswell as toilets. Parking in the street outside is possible and is free for an hour.

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Type of session

In person

I am a UKCP registered Approved Systemic Supervisor.