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Chartered Counselling Psychologist & EMDR therapist
Available for new clients

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High Wycombe HP10 & London W1U
Available for new clients

Available for new clients

This professional is available for new clients.

Supervision details

I offer supervision to mental health professionals including trainee and band 7 psychologists. I have extensive experience working across multiple clinical settings both within the NHS, private and charity sectors.  In particular I have experience supervising clinicians working with complex clients such as patients in forensic settings, with personality difficulties and complex PTSD. This client group often have comorbid presentations so I have experience supervising a wide range of clinical issues. I would be happy to have a conversation about potential supervision. 


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High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP10

17 Nottingham Streeet, London, W1U 5EU

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Type of session

In person

I have extensive experience providing supervision to both trainee and junior counselling psychologists in NHS and non NHS settings.


Dr Joanna King

Dr Joanna King