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I have wide range of experience providing individual and group supervision with qualified counsellors and psychotherapists as well as trainees. I work in Brixton, South London and I see people who practice in different modalities; including psychoanalysis, integrative psychotherapy and psychosynthesis and I have worked for many years for a community of Art and Drama psychotherapists who are dedicated to people who have experienced severe mental health issues. I am interested in helping the practitioner to find fresh ways of working with their clients whatever the difficulties. I have experience in helping with complex clinical issues including cases where there is a history of psychosis, or borderline disorder. I have worked with lesbian, gay and transgender people and am interested in helping practitioners with the relational challenges of working with difference.  I am happy to help counselling and psychotherapy students in the different stages of their training. 

I believe that our challenge as counsellors and psychotherapists is to maintain a lively practice as well as to work through difficult cases. I draw from the range of my own clinical experience as well as a continuing engagement with psychoanalytic thinking and an interest in philosophy and the arts. Please feel free to contact me or come for an initial meeting to discuss what you are looking for to help with your practice. 

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6 Arlingford Road

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Stephen Gee UKCP reg.

Stephen Gee UKCP reg.