I have completed Level 1 supervision training accredited with the British Psychological Society in addition to specific CBT and systemic supervision training and training from University of East London for supervisors of Trainee Clinical Psychologists. 

I have 5 years experience of supervising psychological practitioners - from Assistant Psychologists, through to Trainee Clinical and Counselling Psychologists and qualified Band 7 Clinical Psychologists.  I have also provided regular reflective practice supervision to psychology and non-psychology colleagues to support their clinical practice. 

I tend to think and formulate utilising CBT, ACT or CFT depending on the presenting difficulty and what the supervisee is wanting to take away from supervision.  I also find it really beneficial to consider psychodynamic and attachment frameworks alongside this particularly when thinking relationally.   

I bring a relaxed, informal style to supervision which creates a space where supervisees feel able to bring anything and it will be received warmly and with compassion.  I encourage analytical thinking and reflection whilst offering a containing and supportive space.  

I charge £80/hour for providing supervision.

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Chalfont St. Giles

Types of client

Young people
Older adults

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I offer appointments over telephone and Zoom. For outdoor-based sessions in nature I work with what is manageable and accessible for the client.

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Type of session

In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

I provide 1:1 clinical supervision for qualified psychologists in addition to reflective practice supervision for allied healthcare professionals.


Dr Isabelle Micklewright

Dr Isabelle Micklewright