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I am a fully qualified supervisor with an OCN accredited certificate supervision. As a humanistic and Integrative therapist and supervisor, I work to support supervisees from various fields and with varying orientations and interests. I offer insights from a wide breadth of experience relating to adult mental health, having worked with groups and individuals. I emphasise the importance of a strong therapeutic relationship with additional areas of interest including Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy, Transactional Analysis and Polyvagal Theory. 

I have a particular interest in supporting counsellors and therapists to integrate a polyvagal informed approach into their practice. 

For me, good supervision happens when you feel safe, comfortable, and relaxed. As such, I prioritise the development of a strong, supportive and collaborative relationship which emphasises non-judgemental openness and exploration as a means of facilitating ongoing personal and professional development. Sessions accommodate the unique developmental needs and preferences of each supervisee, as such both qualified and trainee therapists and counsellors are welcome.

I am happy to answer any questions that you might have, prior to committing to a regular supervision agreement. 

I work face to face from my practice room on the edge of the New Forest. Supervision is offered to supervisees, face to face under Covid-19 secure conditions, whilst also adhering to area tier restrictions which may be subject to change. Supervision is also offered via ZOOM/ Skype or by telephone if preferred.


60-minute session - £55 

90-minute Session - £70

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


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Wheelchair user access

There are two steps to access the therapy room.

Stacey Douglas

Stacey Douglas