Supervision practice

"Let there be spaces in your togetherness"

Kahlil Gibran

I have been supervising counsellors since 2004. During this time I have delivered individual and group supervision to trainee and qualified counsellors working in  the voluntary sector, Employee Assistance Providers (EAP) and private practice.

My areas of interest

I have a particular interest in the following areas of therapeutic work:

  • working with the body in relation to early trauma
  • working with and in the transference as a way of attending to the unconscious communications of the client.

  • early attachment patterns and implicit memory

What I offer in Supervision

In my private practice I offer individual supervision to trainee and qualified practitioners, to help them to:

  • develop their practice in general
  • develop their practice in relation to the themes stated above
  • attain BACP/COSCA accreditation
  • integrate TA (Transactional Analysis) theory and concepts into their practice

Session Times

Monday – Friday | 9.00 – 19.30 hrs

Fees

Sessions lasting 50 minutes | £45.00

(Concessions offered as appropriate)

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COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY

I offer both Short-term and Long-term work.

Short-term counselling is likely to be of benefit when the difficulties we are experiencing are mainly based in the present.  Long-term work is likely to be more appropriate when the difficulties we are experiencing in the present are rooted in the past.

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COUPLE THERAPY

I offer Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (Johnson and Greenberg), which uses the theories of attachment (Bowlby) to attend to the emotional wounding that each partner has suffered in the relationship.

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SUPERVISION PRACTICE

I have a broad experience of delivering supervision to counsellors as follows:

•  trainee counsellors on placement

•  qualified counsellors working for employee assistance providers and/or working in private practice

•  care staff from the voluntary sector

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