I am an experienced counsellor and supervisor. I work in Dorset and Wiltshire and offer face-to-face, Skype and email sessions.Read more
I have been a clinical supervisor for several years working with individuals, and addiction treatment teams in residential and community settings. I also work with family members affected by others’ substance misuse disorders, using a systemic approach (with one-to-one counselling and therapeutic group work). I teach Clinical Supervision on the University of Bath’s Addiction Counselling FD and BSc degrees in partnership with Action on Addiction; I also teach Person-centred Counselling, Yalom’s Interpersonal Group Psychotherapy, Group Leadership, Working with Families and Significant Others, and Diversity Issues.
I have developed various evidence-based treatment projects and manuals, and write and deliver accredited CPD training. I have worked in a number of different settings, including prisons and therapeutic communities. For four years I was the counselling team manager at Clouds House, one of Action on Addiction’s residential services. I have also worked for a university student counselling service.
I use the 7-eyed Model of Supervision, with a focus on interpersonal relationships, collaboration and the therapeutic alliance. As a reflective (humanistic) practitioner I encourage supervisees to view their work in terms of stages of action and learning using Kolb’s learning cycle.
I am based in North Dorset easily accessible from Somerset and Wiltshire. I run a full time practice in Shaftesbury, Dorset and am also available via Skype.
M: 07487 752465
I am a UKCP registered independent psychotherapist and supervisor with a nursing background. I have been a qualified counsellor since 1992, completed an MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy in 2005 at the Metanoia Institute and a Certificate in Supervision at CSTD in 2011. I have been providing clinical supervision since 2007. I worked with both supervisees and supervisors offering individual and group supervision in a wide range of contexts including the NHS, multidisciplinary and specialist teams in the community and more recently schools when working in partnership with the Place2be counsellors.
In the last 14 years I worked in the field of addiction at For Families a division of Action on Addiction (formerly Clouds) that supports families affected by addiction. I was Leader of Therapeutic services since 2007 developing innovative therapeutic interventions, accredited training, managing and supervising a team of counsellors and projects.
I have been an independent psychotherapist, supervisor and coach in training since February 2015.
Particular area of interest: The parallel process in supervision especially when working in the field of addiction where blame and shame can be recurring themes. I am interested in organizational supervision, systemic work with team/families, mentalization based treatment with individuals and families.
My supervision: I am in supervision with Dr Jenifer Elton Wilson
My approach: I like to work collaboratively and I am keen to make supervision a two way stimulating, helpful and transparent process.I work integratively using the Seven-eye supervision model and draw from various thinking such as TA, CAT, MBT, CBT, Systemic Theories, Person centred, Self Psychology, Psychodynamic, Attachment and Neurobiology to understand clients' presentation.
I am an experienced Integrative Arts Psychotherapist and Counsellor, LLB Hons, UKCP Reg, BACP Reg. I work with a range of issues, and can offer using the arts and creativity to explore issues within supervision. I work in London, N7, N1, WC1.Read more
My background includes working therapeutically in schools and within the charity/voluntary/education sectors for over 30 years.
I work and live within various minority communities. I facilitate groups and support mentors for the Black and Asian Therapist Network and I am a Leadership Associate with them.
I also work within the LGBTQ communities. I have recently set up a low cost clinic for LGBTQ youth. I am a trainer and Clinical Associate with Pink Therapy. I have worked for many years with people living with or affected by HIV, as well as with a range of clients impacted by minority stress due to their sexuality or gender.
I have experience of working from an intersectional and equalities perspective, and my personal experience and work within community groups and with clients from diverse minority groups have given me a good understanding of working effectively with diversity and difference.
I have experience of both managing and supervising the work of people who work with young people.
I have been qualified coach since 2002 and a coach supervisor since 2011.
Trish Brady MSc, MPNLP, MA Coaching, Cert Supervision, MAC
Director, Cadenza Associates and Trish Brady Consultancy.
I supervise coaches, OD consultants and others involved in organisation and system change and offer reflective practice support to a range of other professionals. I carried out an auto-ethnographic study into coaching supervision for my MA in Coaching at Northumbria University in 2018, achieving a distinction.
My essential mode of supervision is systemic and integrative, promoting deep reflexivity. I use an eclectic approach, underpinned by Hawkins and Shohet's 7-eyed model, and using frameworks and tools from NLP, Egan's Skilled Helper, psychodynamics, constellations, transpersonal psychology, and Solutions Focus. My underpinning philosophy is that supervision is a form of social learning practice.
I work with organisations and networks to develop and support internal coaching programmes, offering CPD, supervision and consultancy input.
My coaching philosophy is informed by psychological coaching models, underpinned by training, academic study, ongoing CPD and significant personal work. My approach is flexible and person-centred, using a range of coaching tools. I specialise in providing reflexive generative space for leaders and other change agents in complex, high-pressure environments and in supporting people going through significant work and life transitions.
I use a range of methods and approaches in supervision. I support supervisees to develop a strong reflexive approach to their work, helping them to foster a robust ethical compass, and always aim to facilitate transformation for both the supervisee and the client system. I was previously Regional Coordinator for the North East of England (2013-2018) and also Learning and Development Director with AOCS, the Association of Coaching Supervisors.
I have regular supervision on my work with a qualified and experienced supervisor.
Relevant qualifications: Diploma in Coaching 2002; PG Dip Organisational Change and Consultancy, Sheffield Hallam University 2007; MPNLP (PPD Learning) 2007; Certificate in Supervision, CSTD London, 2015; MA Coaching (Distinction), Northumbria University, 2018.
What people have said about working with me as a supervisor:
‘Trish provides the perfect space for me to reflect and work on my case material and more importantly myself and the challenges I am facing as a coach and business owner. Trish listens deeply and from multi perspectives and so helps me explore and consider my work in the context of the system within which we are both operating. Occasionally and, it seems, only when necessary she will impart some deep wisdom which always challenges me to think and reflect wider’.
‘I really enjoy my sessions with her and always leave clear, refreshed and resourced. I would strongly recommend Trish for coaching supervision’.
‘Working with Trish was both a pleasure and rewarding experience. The coaching supervision she provided supported effective reflection in my coaching approach through specific examples and general approach to my work with coaching clients. I would recommend Trish to any coach who wants to gain a deeper level of understanding of how you influence the coaching experience for your clients and how this can lead to more effective coaching practice’.
‘Trish is an excellent coach supervisor. She provides both support and challenge and is able to open up other's creativity and insight. Every conversation I had with Trish provided me with something fresh’.
‘I always come away from our session feeling re-energised and focussed on the task in hand. Trish has a great calming influence on what is often a choppy sea’.
‘Trish manages to illuminate your 'blind spots'. With insightful questions and relevant metaphors and parallels Trish allows you to find the answers that are right for you, and often right in front of you. The impact on my performance, after only a couple of session has been immeasurable - her gentle questioning has changed the way I think, and more than that, has led to me taking the action to do what I've always wanted to do - write a book’.
I live and work in Isleworth, West London, studied at Roehampton Institute and have been providing counselling, psychotherapy and supervision for the last 28 years.Read more
I am the author of BACP's Information Sheet G8 'Counselling Asylum Seekers and Refugees'. I was accredited through the Independent Practitioner Network process through my ongoing participation in a full member group and have subsequently become UKCP registered. I have a Masters in Psychotherapy from Middlesex University and describe myself as a Person-Centred Jungian. I am particularly interested in the overlap between ancient healing traditions and modern depth psychology.
Eve Menezes Cunningham
I work by telephone and online (secure video conferencing), potentially wherever you're based and face to face sessions in Westport, County Mayo, Ireland. I offer supervision for psychosynthesis and integrative counsellors, coaches, yoga therapists and multiskilled practitioners.Read more
I see integrative clinical supervision as not only a professional and ethical requirement but an essential form of self-care.
My practice, supporting clients by working with mind, body, heart and soul, has evolved since 2004. When I first qualified as a psychosynthesis counsellor (BACP Registered and Accredited and IACP Accredited), I struggled to find supervision that held my coaching and other therapies as well as the counselling.
My involvement, since March 2014, on BACP’s Coaching Executive (initially as Communications Specialist and, since January 2017, as Chair) as well as with AICTP and my post graduate training in integrative counselling and coaching helped me learn to integrate the therapies more effectively, ethically and collaboratively.
I trained as an integrative clinical supervisor with CSTD London to enable me to offer supervision for integrative counsellors, coaches, yoga therapists and multiskilled therapists. As well as working with individuals, I offer group supervision for up to 4 practitioners.
Joan and Robin’s creative approach and 7 Eyed Model (click here for more information) https://selfcarecoaching.net/services/supervision for supervision fits well with my overall practice.
I specialise in supporting practitioners who offer more than traditional talk therapy. Maybe you integrate coaching, body work like yoga or energy psychologies like EFT and NLP.
As well as being a certified integrative clinical supervisor, I’m a counsellor, life coach, therapeutic coach, yoga therapist, NLP Master Practitioner, certified and accredited Advanced EFT Practitioner and a crystal therapist.
I'm the author of 365 Ways to Feel Better: Self-Care Ideas for Embodied Wellbeing (White Owl, 2017, £14.99). Click here https://selfcarecoaching.net/about for more information about my background, experience and qualifications.
While you may still need specialist supervision for areas of your practice I’m not qualified in, I can support you in holding your whole practice. I can help you reflect on it as well as on yourself as an integrative practitioner and, of course, your clients.
Visit https://selfcarecoaching.net/services/supervision/ to find out more and to access free resources.
I offer supervision sessions both in Central London and Kingston-upon-Thames in Surrey. I have been working as a supervisor since 2006, both with individuals and in groups.
M: 07810 884534
I originally worked in the creative fields of television and video for many years, but have been managing counselling organisations in the addictions field since 2000. The organisational dynamics within the caring professions are complex and my work experience to date has equipped me with a deep understanding of the pressures of working in a range of sectors, including charities, the private sector and the NHS.
I have also been practising as an Existential psychotherapist since 1999 and am registered with the UKCP. Working within the addictions field requires me to follow a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy model of working, which is effective for people suffering from addiction and short-term work.
I am based in a rural location in Essex, close to Ongar, Brentwood and Chelmsford. As a UKCP Registered Integrative Psychotherapist and Supervisor I offer face-to face and Skype sessions.Read more
In appreciating my own experiences of clinical supervision I believe in a collaboration that supports and promotes my supervisees' individuality while providing opportunities for development. Importantly I aim to provide a safe space for the exploration of anything that happens during or in response to a session.
Relevant Professional Qualifications:
My main therapy training was at The Minster Centre where I qualified with an MA in Psychotherapy and Counselling (Middlesex University) and an Advanced Diploma.
I also have knowledge of the neurological differences of ADD / ADHD, dyslexia and other similar syndromes. In these areas I have a Diploma in Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia) and a Certificate in Coaching (AD/HD).
Many years ago I trained and worked at a local hospice as a bereavement counsellor.
Vivienne Ellis Spencer
I am based in Borough of Broxbourne, Hertfordshire and I do cover areas around my location, including, Hertfordshire/Essex (Harlow/Epping/Waltham Abbey Area) and Middlesex (Enfield).Read more
I have also worked as a Lecturer in a local College where I provided training and education for trainee counsellors. Previous experience includes providing in-house training in bereavement and loss and working with Cruse Bereavement Care providing training and supervision for their volunteer counsellors.
Now semi retired I have decided to concentrate on the support and well being of counsellors and psychotherapists and can also offer pastoral care and mentoring.
I am based in Balham, London SW12. I see individuals, couples and supervisees in private practice. I also worked as the Placement Co-ordinator at Balham Community Counselling Service where part of my role was supervising trainee counsellors from several modalities, individually and in groups.Read more
I have extensive experience in supervising trainee and qualified psychotherapists and counsellors, and other supervisors. I work both individually and in groups.
I have my supervision certificate from Centre for Supervision and Team Development and have attended many of their CPD training days as well as being in a closed supervision group with Robin Shohet for a number of years. Supervision has always been an integral part of my own practice as a therapist and supervisor. I receive professional supervision as well as being part of peer supervisory relationships.
I agree strongly with the definition of supervision as being: 'a joint endeavour in which a practitioner with the help of a supervisor, attends to their clients, themselves as part of their client practitioner relationships and the wider systemic context, and by so doing improves the quality of their work, transforms their client relationships, continuously develops themselves, their practice and the wider profession' (Hawkins & Shohet: Supervision in the Helping Professions, p. 60) I see supervision as a collaborative and creative endeavour. Just like the therapeutic relationship it is based on trust, reflection and exploration.
I use the 7-Eyed Model of supervision as a basis for looking at the different dynamics that may be at play. I am also happy to give particular attention to psychodynamic or humanistic / person centred modalities. Additionally I have some knowledge of systemic theory, CBT and EFT. I increasingly use a focusing stance in supervision, tuning into the felt sense of what’s presenting. In this way an issue can be looked at from many different angles, often creating more space and possibility of understanding to find a way forward. I am finding that focusing perfectly complements the approach adopted by CSTD.
I offer some concessions to trainees and newly qualified therapists. I offer group supervision by arrangement.
The mission statement of The International Focusing Institute begins with the question 'Why Focusing?' and gives this answer:
Everyone has the potential to access and live from their unique bodily-felt knowing. Focusing, a process grounded in experiential listening, is a powerful way of interacting with this body-felt knowing that leads to mutual respect, authenticity and compassion. In this way, Focusing fosters peace and harmony in the world.
Focusing shows how to pause the on-going situation and create a space for new possibilities for carrying forward. This practice, developed from the Philosophy of the Implicit, shows how to apply open attention to something which is directly experienced but is not in words.
Your body knows more about situations than you are explicitly aware of. For example, your body picks up more about another person than you consciously know (this is not the same as counter transference/projective identification). With some training, you can get a bodily feel for the 'more' that is happening in any situation. From that bodily feel come small steps that lead toward resolution.
Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy from Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education (Humanistic Integrative / transpersonal)
Diploma in Couple Counselling from Relate Institute (Systemic, Psychodynamic and CBT)
Certificate in Psychosexual Relations and further training in couple work from the Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships (Psychodynamic)
Certificate in Supervision from Centre for Supervision and Team Development (7 Eyed Model)
2 year Focusing Oriented Therapy training at the London Focusing Institute
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction
Further training in Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples
Further training in multimodal CBT
Further training in mediation and group work
I had a previous career as a solicitor in the banking sector of the City of London
I am based in Guildford and qualified as a clinical supervisor in April 2007 and I have over 10 years experience in supervision and counselling with counsellors (and trainees) and psychotherapists
M: 07967 281129
I am based in Plymouth. I am a UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and Professional Supervisor. I offer Individual and group supervision to people in the counselling, psychotherapy and health care professions.
M: 07966 003872
I have many years experience working with people with a wide range of mental health problems and have learned how each individual is unique and how different people may benefit from different approaches to tackling their difficulties.
My professional development as a therapist, trainer and supervisor has been informed by these values and this is reflected in my choices for my own training, supervision and development.
I have training in various modalities of therapeutic work including person-centred counselling, core process psychotherapy, CBT, family and systemic practice, group analysis, pre- and Perinatal psychology and professional supervisor with CSTD. During my career I have gained experience working with people with eating disorders, people with experiences of severe abuse in childhood, people with terminal illness and with students as a counsellor at the University of Plymouth. I work with individuals, couples and families, I offer both long-term therapy and shorter term therapy (for EAP programmes, for instance).
As a trainer, I have written and conducted counselling courses at diploma level and run courses in Mindfulness and Meditation.
My early career was spent working as a manager for a large utility company, where I gained valuable business experience.
In new premises, an ex-GP surgery, I have established a centre for counselling and psychotherapy practice. This centre - the Waterloo Wellbeing Centre – offers psychotherapy, counselling, mindfulness training and counselling training. The Centre is available for hire for training events, talks and workshops for those in the helping and healthcare professions.
I have been working as a supervisor for many years and am able to offer individual and group supervision to people in the counselling, psychotherapy and health care professions. To discuss your supervision requirements please contact me.
I am based in South East London.Read more
I am based in Wembley and have a second practice in Central London. Reflective and integrative clinical supervision offered via face to face, Skype and telephone.Read more
Sessions can be monthly, fortnightly or weekly according to the supervisee's professional body guidelines.
Additional support available for therapists who are working towards BACP Accreditation process.
I am an experienced UKCP registered psychotherapist and supervisor trained initially at the Chiron Centre for Body Psychotherapy. I have held a private practice since 1998 with individuals, couples, supervisees, coaches and corporate clients based in London Waterloo as well as Muswell Hill in North London.Read more
In supervision I seek to develop an empowering practice within a culture of mutuality, support and respectful challenge. I listen to what people tell me and to what is absent from their story; to what people say in words and to what their bodies express. I hope to contribute to a culture that encourages normalizing talking openly about failure as an unavoidable part of being in this work.
Relational supervision, not dissimilar to the therapeutic relationship, is a co-created process based on two subjectivities of equal importance. We cannot avoid our capacity for profoundly and empathically sharing another's self-states in fact this is the ground for meaningful change in supervision.
Who I work with: I am experienced in supervising trainee and qualified counsellors, psychotherapists and coaches who work with adults as well as alternative practitioners and other facilitators of change.
Past and other experience: My earlier work included working with homeless men and those afflicted by Alzheimers. I have run groups for people wishing to cease participating in intimate violence as well as managed a successful private business. Past posts include Chair of the Chiron Association for Body Psychotherapists Ethics and Equal Opportunities Committee. I am bilingual and fluent in both English and Hebrew.
My base in New Malden is easily accessible by car, bus or rail. I have been a practising psychotherapist and counselling psychologist in South West London for the past 15 years.Read more
BA Hons, PhD, MSc Counselling Psychology, Chartered Counselling Psychologist, BPS accredited supervisor, CSTD Certificate.
I live and work in Dorking, Surrey. I supervise both groups and individuals. For the last 9 years I have been working in a University Counselling Centre. I am also happy to provide Skype supervision.Read more
As well as counselling and training I have supervised placement students on both PhD and Diploma Counselling courses as well as practising therapists.
Professional Qualifications: My original training was in Psychosynthesis and the process and experiential focus of the CSTD training fit well with this way of working. I supervise students on the Psychosynthesis Diploma course at Re-vision, London. I have also trained in Psychodynamic Adolescent Therapy (WPF), Relate Couples Therapy, Eco-psychology and Energy Psychotherapy.
I have been lucky to experience excellent clinical supervision for my own work and I am passionate about creating a space to allow the sacredness of therapy to be nurtured and for this to inform practice.
I live and work near Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire and work as a Counsellor/ Psychotherapist, Trainer, Supervisor and Group Facilitator. I have been working directly with individuals, groups and organizations for over 20 years. I aim to work in ways that are accessible, supportive, creative and empowering.Read more
I offer individual and group supervision to staff, students and volunteers who work with adults and young people. Current work includes supervising Counsellors, Youth and Community Workers, Support Workers and Mental Health Workers. I also regularly deliver staff development training in the public and private sectors and facilitate groups and workshops in community, educational and private settings.
I believe supervision is crucial in a wide range of professions. I provide opportunities for practitioners to resource, develop and support themselves as well as ensuring safe and effective practice. I have over twelve years experience supervising and draw upon extensive practice experience working with individuals, groups and organizations. Previous work includes counselling in a GP surgery, youth agency and business sector organisations. I am a qualified Social Worker and Youth & Community Worker and have developed a range of projects in youth and community work, training and educational settings.
I hold MA in Psychotherapy and Counselling through the CCPE, as well as an Advanced Diploma in Integrative Counselling. I am a UKCP registered Psychotherapist and am also accredited by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). I abide by their professional standards. I have undertaken additional training in Supervision, Groupwork and Energy Psychology.
I am based in SE London and also supervise on site for organisations. My background is in dramatherapy and I am registered with BADth and HCPC. I work with children, families and multi-family therapy groups based in schools and have a private dramatherapy practise. I supervise individuals, groups and therapists and counsellors-in-training and volunteers offering support services to charities.Read more
I am a counsellor, supervisor and trainer with over 20 years of experience and have a private counselling and supervision practise in East Sussex and London. I am primarily supervising counsellors/psychotherapists as well as students in training.Read more
I have been involved in adult education for over 30 years. I am the director of the Certificate/Diploma Course in Biographical Counselling at Emerson College, Sussex. I also teach in training courses and run workshops in many institutions and countries throughout the world on themes of biography work, biographical counselling, counselling skills, human relationships and other social and therapeutic themes.
I am co founder of the Biography and Social Development Trust, which was established to serve individual development and social renewal by providing an international forum for training, research and exchange in the field of Biographical Counselling, Biography Work and the Human Encounter out of the perspective of Anthroposophy.
I am a contributor to the book Lifeways about the renewal of family life and co-author of Ariadne’s Awakening, a book concerned with a new consciousness of the feminine and masculine principles in our lives.
I offer individual supervision in London Bridge or on telephone, Skype/VSee. I also offer supervision for groups of 3 or 4.Read more
As a supervisor, I am committed to supporting therapists to empower themselves and to maximise their potential while working with clients. My approach is integrative drawing on many different models as seem appropriate and utilising the methods gleaned throughout my years of experience as a supervisor and as a psychosynthesis therapist. I also sometimes include creative skills from my career as an actor incorporating improvisation and drama into my supervision work.
I have been supervising counsellors and psychotherapists since 2005 and currently work both with individual supervisees and a supervision group.Read more
My philosophy and style as a supervisor have emerged from both my broad work experience (in the voluntary sector, public sector, school teaching, NHS Primary Care, University sector and for a Police Force) and also from my personal journey (on which music and the arts and Buddhist philosophy and practice have made a deep impression).
My supervision style is an integration of my pedagogic skills, creativity and curiosity, combined with faith in 'and lived experience of' gestalt theory and practice. I aim to balance my confidence and experience with the humility of finding myself always a learner too. I look to balance the supportive, educative and managerial aspects of supervision and to emphasise the aspect which most fits the circumstances. I pay attention to building a supervisory alliance through open communication and seek to model willingness to hear and engage with difficulties while maintaining resilience and valuing the ongoing relationship.
My fee for Supervision is £50 (£45 for Trainees)
I provide supervision and staff team development to small groups and teams working in healthcare in the Southampton, Winchester and London area.Read more
I co-edited with Robin Shohet 'Clinical Supervision in the Medical Profession' (Open University Press) and have contributed chapters to "Passionate Medicine", edited by Robin Shohet, published by Jessica Kingsley.
I am a senior clinical teaching fellow at the School of Medicine at Southampton, where I am responsible for developing a programme on personal development and Patient Centred Care for Medical Students. I have experience with a number of short and medium term projects and in running both one-to-one and group supervision for doctors and heathcare teams.
I have integrated working with supervision and use 'supervisory tools' into consultancy for organisations and have a special interest in working with social enterprises that are growing through challenging times. I work mainly in London and around the south coast (Winchester, Bournemouth, Oxford and Chichester).
I work in Fulham, West London, mainly with individuals: established counsellors, psychotherapists and trainees, as well as art therapists and people in other professions, such as clergy, who seek reflective practice supervision. I am happy to work with Skype.Read more
In my therapy work I can include a number of approaches : psychoanalytic; Jungian and shamanistic biased creative, imaginal art work; body work and CBT.
I have worked extensively with people with neurological impairments through Hammersmith and Fulham MS Society.
I have a deep awareness of and experience of working with trauma and shame.
I am fascinated by the ongoing development of counselling and the reflection and connection that come about through Supervision. I work continually to develop an up to date pluralistic practice.Integrative Counselling Diploma. Certificate in Supervision.
Voice Movement therapy registered.
Associate of Trinity College , London ( Music Ed)
I live and work in Devon and also work with non-local supervisees.Read more
Supervisees range from counselling students in training to seasoned long-time professionals who I supervise in person, via Skype, Zoom and WhatsApp. My most thorough supervision training has been in the 7-eyed process model (Hawkins and Shohet Supervision in the Helping Professions) and I have also had some training in creative supervision and integrative relational supervision.
I have written a few published articles, including ‘Feedback in the supervisory relationship’ published in the BACP Journal Therapy Today. From my attic room in Topsham I am pleased to offer small-group CPD days for therapists (see my website for more details) as well as Introductions to Internal Family Systems with a colleague.
I offer individual and group supervision face-to face in North West London and online.Read more
I have a particular interest in Relationship issues. For many years I have been exploring these areas of life and gained knowledge and expertise in assisting clients and professional to transform and better relationships.
Working with polluted spaces between two clients (couples, dyads, business partners etc.) can be confusing, intimidating, frustrating and at times despairing.
I aim to offer supervision in ways that are enlightening, supportive, creative and empowering and to foremost provide a safe space for a supervisee to grow as a practitioner and as a person: to reflect, explore, ask, experiment, challenge, laugh, develop in competency and discover personal wisdom.
A senior member of the National Council of Psychotherapists (MNCP, Snr Accred.) and a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP), I follow their codes of practice. I am also an accredited member of IRI (Imago Relationship International) and of IMAGO UK.
I have been supervising counsellors in private practice and in Primary Care since 2000.Read more
I practice from home in Stratford, East London (E15 4DW), face-to-face and also via Skype video.Read more
My approach to working with clients is “pluralistic”, in that I start with the client’s own understanding of what they want to gain from therapy. Similarly I aim to start with your approach to your work with clients, and support you to develop this further.
I am based in California and I work privately by telephone with counselling and supervision clients from around the world.Read more
Since 2005 I've worked and played with my colleague Joseph Hiller in the USA to design and deliver a series of trainings in renewal and reflective practice based on the CSTD model, mixed with original awareness/consciousness exercises to increase the fluidity and luminosity of the awareness brought to supervision by the presenter, the facilitator, and the observer(s). We are co-creating a peer-to-peer supervision network and a culture of supervision for helping professionals from a variety of walks of service (many of whom have not heard of/practised supervision before).
My educational background includes degrees in international relations and law, ongoing practice and exploration in yoga, meditation, and martial arts, interfaith studies with a particular focus on Native American shamanism, Tibetan Buddhism, and Christianity, and study and practice of a wide variety of bodywork methods. I teach meditation and bodywork as well as supervision.
When I work with people I focus on helping them:-
* More clearly access their own inner, intuitive higher guidance
* Balance their emotions, thoughts, and physical body
* Access greater joy and flow through their learning
* Reflect on and appreciate the ways they are powerful and creative
Cotswold practice: Cheltenham and London practice: Harley Street / Devonshire Street. Supervision available: London and Cheltenham. Group and individuals.Read more
Cotswold practice: Cheltenham
• Counselling from £70 Individuals. £85 Couples
• Coaching from £90
• Supervision from £55
London practice: Harley Street / Devonshire Street
• Counselling from £120 Individual. £175 Couples
• Coaching from £150
• Supervision from £75
I am an experienced supervisor working with many successful individuals in their own private practices, and therapists working in organisation. I am experienced in clinical/management support in private and public organisations.
I am an experienced counsellor offering a discreet professional service in London Harley Street and the Cotswold spa town of Cheltenham. I am a Bupa approved provider. BACP Accredited, UKRC, AIP registered.
I work with and accept referrals from: Bupa, Cigna, M.O.D, Triage Health Care, Dryoutnow, Police FOA approved counsellor, Official counsellor to Gloucestershire County Association for the Blind, Commercial Ltd, LH International, WSM and Recovery Healthcare
I work with individuals, couples and organisations. Please visit my websites where you will be able to view testimonials and find out more about me and my practice.
Do not hesitate to contact me to discuss further any aspect of my work.
I live in Norwich and offer focusing-oriented supervision face to face and by Zoom.Read more
I teach focusing and particularly enjoy focusing practice within supervision. It has been good to work with trainee and experienced therapists and build relationships with those based elsewhere. My supervisees come from a variety of therapeutic orientations and we benefit from the stimulation of working together from different perspectives.
Rev Kathryn Wallace-Holmes
I am a Canadian, based in Sussex. Sessions can be in person, over the phone, or via Skype.
As an Interfaith Minister, Spiritual Counsellor, and Supervisor, my aim is to co-create ceremonies, counsel and supervise in a caring, enquiring and empowering way.
B.Sc. (Psychology), B.Ed. (Education), Ordained Interfaith Minister and Spiritual Counsellor (OneSpirit Interfaith Foundation), Certificate in Supervision (CSTD)
I am a Leadership & personal Coach & Supervisor, (with Counselling qualifications) accredited by APECS, with 30 years of coaching, including 10 years of supervising experience.Read more
- Newly qualified coaches working in any context as they begin forming their identity as a practitioner and developing their practice.
- Independent coaches from many backgrounds as they develop their skills & experience.
- Coaches from internal organisational coaching pools as they balance many different awareness’s.
- Health practitioners as they engage with their patients,
- Leaders/managers in their work with their teams.
I am based on the south coast and supervise individuals and groups, although I regularly work on the phone, and by various virtual mediums in addition to in person.
I work across sectors; charitable, corporate, health and also with individuals. As a student of the Vision Quest, Depth Psychology informs all of my work. My intention is always to hear the story and witness the person as I walk beside them to be the best version of themselves they can be.
I practice in West London and Findhorn. I also work both as a supervisor and therapist, mainly face to face and also by telephone, email and Skype.
M: 07974 115028
We spend much of our time in work and I believe along with Confucius "Find a job you love and you will never have to work again". I think having supervision for our work, whatever it is, leads to finding the work we love or loving the work we do. I find supervision a wonderful forum in which to examine our core beliefs about ourselves and work and in doing so change our thinking not only about work but also about how we live.
I have written about supervision in the CSTD book, Supervision in the Helping Professions: Hawkins, P. Shohet R with contributions by Ryde J. and Wilmot; in Passionate Supervision ed Shohet R. chapter 5 The Supervisory Relationship: in Supervision as Transformation A Life long calling; in Supervision as Transformation chapter 4 and in Training and Supervision for Counselling in Action: ed Dryden W. Thorne B. The Key Issue in the Supervision of counsellors.
I am based in West London and can travel or work on Skype/phone.
M: 07815 311020
As a trainer, I have created and delivered workshops in Emotional Intelligence and Life Skills. I currently delivers supervision training, including for CSTD London. I have supervised and evaluated youth work students and has written about my early experience of supervising in ‘Passionate Supervision’ (ed. Shohet R. Chapter 6, The Born Again Supervisor - Jessica Kingsley Publications 2008).
Qualifications and training include:
Certificate in Supervision – CSTD London
Dip H.E. Informal and Community Education – YMCA George Williams College.
Interpersonal Mediation Practitioner’s Certificate – UK Mediation, OCN
Level 4 Introductory Diploma in Management – Chartered Management Institute (CMI)
Solution Focused Therapy – BRIEF
Restorative Justice – IIRP
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