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I work with individuals and groups either face to face or virtually via Zoom. I have many years of experience of working as a supervisor – including supervising in various NHS settings and with Cruse. I completed a year’s Supervisor training with Cascade.

I work in a collaborative and creative way, taking into consideration all aspects that relate to the therapy – using the 7 eyed model – such as the client situation, the therapist’s interventions, the client and therapist relationship, the therapist, the supervisory relationship and parallel process, the supervisor, ethical codes and the wider context e.g. Social context and norms, organisational context and constraints.

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Tunbridge Wells

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Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Employee Assistance Programme


Ness Chapman BACP Accred. UKCP reg.

Ness Chapman BACP Accred. UKCP reg.