Supervisor Profile

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PhD, DClinPsy, MSc Psychology

Supervision details

Balanced Minds provides clinical CFT supervision to mental health professionals throughout the UK, Europe and internationally.  Clinical supervision for therapists is offered either individually (e.g. 1 hour sessions), or in small groups (e.g. 1.5 hours sessions), and can be delivered both face-to-face at our London Islington and Edinburgh bases, or online.   Supervisees can expect a safe and supportive environment to reflect on their clinical practice and discuss any concerns about clients in confidence.  We provide the opportunity to develop therapy skills and techniques, using a variety of carefully planned exercises, case discussions and references to the latest research and practice guidelines. Balanced Minds also provides specialist supervision and consultation for organisations looking to implement psychologically-informed approaches within their teams or services.  A recent example is the SafeCORE project where Balanced Minds have been commissioned by Greenwich Social Services for a 3-year project to develop an innovative compassion-focused practice framework for children and families social care, and to train and supervise the workforce of social work practitioners.  If you are looking for compassion focused therapy (CFT) supervision, individual, group or team, please email us to enquire about availability and cost: info@balancedminds.com.  

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Balanced Minds Ltd., Terminal House, 52 Grosvenor Gardens, London, SW1W 0AU

HQ King's Cross, 344-354 Gray's Inn Road, London, WC1X 8BP

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Type of session

Online
Phone

We have considerable experience in providing supervision and consultation services, particularly around compassion-focused approaches.

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