I am a HCPC-registered Clinical Psychologist working in the NHS and my own private practice. I have completed further supervisor training through the North Thames DClinPsy universities, in line with RAPPS accreditation requirements (Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors). I currently offer supervision to trainee Clinical Psychologists within my NHS role, and work both in-person and remotely with private supervision. I mostly work within either a CBT or psychodynamic framework, and am most comfortable supervising this work, but my underlying style tends to be relational and analytic. I have completed the CBT BABCP pathway during training, and am currently undergoing further training at the Institute of Psychoanalysis. These two models are often described like oil and water, they do not mix, and I find it interesting to consider the overlaps in supervision in order to expand how we practice. I want to provide a supportive environment for you to explore and grow in your practice, whilst keeping in mind how research demonstrates effective supervision needs to be directive and challenging at times. Private practice can also feel like a minefield at times, and I am happy to discuss practicalities and business elements within the supervision space, if this feels appropriate. I offer regular ongoing slots, and ad-hoc sessions where necessary. At present my group supervision slots are not available. Clinical supervision sessions are charged at £100/session.
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