I offer supervision to both counsellors and psychotherapists. My supervision approach is psychodynamic/psychoanalytical. I offer weekly, fortnightly or monthly sessions depending on the needs of the supervisee.
I have been established in private practice as a supervisor for many years and have completed specific supervision training at Diploma level with Society of Analytical Psychology, London.
Please feel free to contact me with out any obligation to discuss further.
A highly experienced and accredited Psychotherapist, Supervisor & Organisational consultant with 26 years clinical experience offering: individual, group, family therapy, supervision and consultation to the National Health Service and Voluntary sector.
Experience of working with a variety of client groups, with a complex history of clinical severity across a range of care settings. Expertise in specialist teaching, training, clinical supervision and organisational consultancy. Knowledge of legislation, policy and its implications for clinical practice and service development. Supervising students for EMDR accreditation.
June 2019 – present Bromley & Croydon Women’s Aid Group Facilitator
May 2018 – Oct 2018 Freedom from Torture Group Supervisor
May 2013 – April 201 Ashiana Network Supervisor/organisational consultant
July 2015-July16 Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust Clinical Coordinator/Group Supervisor
May 2012- Jan 2015 Waterloo Multi-Ethnic Counseling Services. Group Supervisor
Sept 2011- Jan 2013 West London Centre for Counseling Group Supervisor
Jan 2009 – July 2011 Solace Women’s Aid & IKWRO Women’s Rights Individual Supervisor
Please feel free to contact me at the email or number stated if you have an enquiry or need any further information.
As a psychodynamically trained clinical supervisor, I have been offering supervision since the early 1990’s and completed an MA in Clinical Supervision at The University of Sussex in 1997. I have taught on a number of local Masters and PG Diploma supervision programmes. My main interest is in narrative and transferential communications as a way of informing the work and of understanding unconscious dynamics within therapy.