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"Supervision is an opportunity to bring someone back to their own mind, to show them how good they can be."   Nancy Kline


Clinical Supervision is a process in which one practitioner uses the services of another qualified practitioner to discuss and review their work with clients, their professional development, and sometimes their personal development.

Clinical supervision is a necessity and registering bodies like UKCP, BACP, and HCPC consider supervision to be essential, both to protect the clients and to improve the skills of mental health practitioners, to make them better equipped to help their clients.

Clinical Supervision exists for two reasons:

  • To protect clients

  • To improve the ability of therapists to provide value to their clients.

My philosophy combines psychodynamic, person-centred, cognitive behavioural, and mindfulness theories with a strong commitment to the creative process and the use of creative action methods in one-to-one, team, and group supervision.

We will meet as often as you need. I offer both online and face-to-face sessions,  in my consulting room in The City, 20-21 Aldermanbury, London EC2V 7HY (Insurance Hall).

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