I have been private practice as an integrative psychotherapeutic therapist, counsellor and trainer for a number of years and now feel the time is right to offer supervision as an additional service.
While I trained initially in psychosynthesis, which has its roots in analytical work it does incorporate a transpersonal approach and makes room for many other modalities too, hence the integrative approach to my work.
I am currently attending a integrative supervision course at the Psychosynthesis Trust, London to obtain a diploma as an integrative supervision..."a training which brings together transpersonal, humanistic and psychodynamic perspectives; challenging and advancing therapeutic practice in a supervision context".
During my training process, I am offering affordable supervision in person and online, either on a one to one basis or in small groups.
Please get in touch for further details.
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