I take a creative and embodied approach to supervision. In my supervision sessions, I offer a safe space for experimentation that can facilitate the co-existence of creative techniques, reflection and pragmatism.
My work is informed by the relational, psychoanalytic, Jungian, somatic psychology and creative arts approaches.
I see supervision as a relational and collaborative process. I will work with you to support your professional journey and facilitate the development of your clinical wisdom and connection to inner knowledge, fostering learning and growth.
Individual supervision sessions are 50 minutes long, and my fee is £60 per session.
I am an HCPC arts therapist (trained in drama and movement therapy), a BPS chartered clinical psychologist and a qualified supervisor.
I hold a PGDip in creative supervision from the London Centre for Psychodrama and have completed the foundation course in group analysis at the Institute of Group Analysis (IGA).
I have many years of experience and have worked in various settings and with people from diverse cultural backgrounds and age groups.
If you feel this may interest you or to find out more, please get in touch.
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