Pascale Palazzo

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Supervisor • she/her
Dip. Couns; MBACP (Accred), Dip. Sup; w/distinction
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Brighton BN1 & Winchester SO22
Available for new clients
Available for new clients

This professional is available for new clients.

Supervision details

Are you looking for supervision in your work with people with eating disorders? My aim as a clinical supervisor is to offer a collaborative, safe space for you to feel able to slow down and reflect on your practice. If you are working with clients with eating disorders, and seeking a focus on self-care and restoration as well as guidance in this specialised area, these are the key elements of my way of working. It is important to me that you feel comfortable enough in our relationship to bring any concerns you have to our sessions. I have a warm approach and offer a safe container for you to feel able to reflect on your work and your relationships with clients and to enhance your confidence, personal development and ethical competency in your practice. 

I trained as a clinical supervisor with The Awareness Centre in London, where I received a distinction for a Diploma in Clinical Supervision, and my core training was in humanistic integrative counselling. I currently work with clients both in private practice and at BIMM University, ICT Theatre, Screen and Film School and the Northern Ballet School. 

In my client work, I integrate the person-centred approach with some elements of gestalt, compassion-focused and solution-focused therapy. I also weave into my approach my training in eating disorders which comprises SSCM with the National Centre for Eating Disorders, MANTRA and CBT-E. I can supervise across differing core modalities and the concepts of supervision I am trained in can be used in different settings. I run my supervision practice online via Zoom.

If you require support in starting up in private practice, I can offer guidance and information for setting up on your own. When working in the field of eating disorders, communication with other health professionals is often needed and together we can explore other factors needing attention; for example, client safety and ethical considerations, legal obligations, online technical requirements, administration, well-being needs, referrals etc.

I am a registered and accredited member of the BACP working under their ethical guidelines, and my supervision practice is supported by my own regular in-depth supervision.

If you are looking for supervision in the area of eating disorders, for me to work with you, you would either need to be currently training in or have completed some training in this specialised area. For example, MANTRA, CBT-E or SSCM training, such as the training from the National Centre for Eating Disorders. (Do feel free to get in touch if you’ve completed any other relevant training in eating disorders and we can always talk further about this.)

If you would like to discuss starting supervision with me, I offer a free initial consultation lasting up to 20 minutes so we can meet each other first, talk further and see if we could be a good fit. I work online-only via Zoom and my fee for self-funding individuals is £65 per 1 hour session. 

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)

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Registered and accredited members are listed on the BACP Register, which shows that they have demonstrated BACP’s recommended standards for training, proficiency and ethical practice. The BACP Register was the first register of psychological therapists to be accredited by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).

Accredited and senior accredited membership are voluntary categories for members who choose to undertake a rigorous application and assessment process to demonstrate additional standards around practice, training and supervision.

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Brighton, East Sussex, BN1

Winchester, Hampshire, SO22

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I am a qualified clinical supervisor offering supervision to therapists & counsellors working with eating disorders.


Pascale Palazzo
Pascale Palazzo