Dr Vahishta Pardiwalla

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Senior Counselling Psychologist
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London, SE1
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Supervision details

I am a HCPC-registered Counselling Psychologist working in the NHS and in private practice. have completed further supervisor training through the North Thames DClinPsy universities, in line with RAPPS accreditation requirements (Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors). 

In my role as a senior practitioner within the NHS I provide supervision to qualified psychologists, clinical psychology trainees and counselling psychology trainees. 

I tend to work using the integrative framework. However, I have been trained in CBT, psychodynamic, person-centred and third-wave approaches. I believe it is important for practitioners to focus on the content and process of therapy. I encourage supervisees to think of clients in a holistic manner which involves being culturally mindful and self-aware. 

My aim as a supervisor is to provide a supportive environment which allows you to be reflective and helps you develop your skills. I would also be more than happy to provide career guidance to help you become the practitioner you aspire to be. 

I offer regular ongoing slots, and ad-hoc sessions where necessary. At present my group supervision slots are not available. 


Trainee practitioners - £70 

Qualified practitioners - £90

Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)

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Online platforms

Microsoft Teams

Type of session

In person

As a supervisor, my aim is to provide a safe and supportive environment which helps you develop into the practitioner you aspire to be.

Dr Vahishta Pardiwalla
Dr Vahishta Pardiwalla