I am a qualified, accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and have been in practice for over 15 years. As a qualified, Integrative Clinical Supervisor, I provide one to one and group clinical supervision for experienced and trainee therapists and other professionals. My approach is relational to help therapists feel at ease and be able to explore their client work in a collaborative, supportive and educative environment. I work using the Shoet and Hawkins 7 eyed model, which explores; 1) How the client is and looking at what they present in the session 2) Exploring strategies and interventions used to facilitate the work 3) Focusing on the relationship between the therapist and client 4) Exploring what is happening for the therapist, internal processing, transference/counter transference 5) Focusing on the supervisory relationship, what is going on in the clinical supervision sessions between ourselves i.e. parallel processing 6) Exploring my reactions to what is being brought by the therapist. 7) Focusing on the wider contexts of the work i.e. environment, cultural aspects, wellbeing and ethical framework I offer an initial telephone appointment (no charge) to look at questions you may have and to explore how it might be working together. Alongside my private practice, I work with the following organisations providing one to one and group clinical supervision; Women's Aid, a London University, a National Bereavement and Suicide Prevention Charity. I also work with other counselling training establishment providing supervision for trainee counsellors.