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Judy Shaw MSc, UKCP, UKATA - Counselling, Psychotherapy and Clinical Supervision

Hello, my name is Judy Shaw and I offer individual clinical supervision to practitioners at various levels of experience. This includes clinical supervision for TA trainees, those in exam preparation and experienced qualified practitioners. English speaking trainees are welcome wherever you are in the world.

Experience: I have been a private practitioner since 1993 and have provided psychotherapy and clinical supervision, from 1994 to the present time. I am course tutor and trainer to counselling and psychotherapy trainees and have been since 1994. 

The supervisory relationship we evolve between us is used to encourage the development of awareness of both psychological and embodied processes. We explore the relevance to your clients, yourself and your practice.

I aim to provide an environment which helps each supervisee to be unafraid to reveal the difficulties they face during the course of their work with clients. These difficulties are commonly related to resourcing and theoretical gaps, ethical and professional practice issues and unconscious processes.

I equally aim to acknowledge and celebrate each person's competency and creativity, pleasure and success.

Supervision may be face to face or via VSee on the internet.

If you would like to ask any questions or book a session, please call me on 077991 35323 or send me an email.

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Tiverton
Devon
EX16

Types of client

Adults
Older adults
Couples
Groups

Key details

Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the counsellor to discuss the options available.

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Supervision

In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

I offer individual clinical supervision to practitioners at various levels of experience. Supervision may be face to face or online.

Judy Shaw MSc, UKCP, UKATA - Counselling, Psychotherapy and Clinical Supervision

Judy Shaw MSc, UKCP, UKATA - Counselling, Psychotherapy and Clinical Supervision