Supervision for Counsellors

I offer supervision for counsellors and psychotherapists either online or in person at my offices in Worcester Park.

My Philosophy of Supervision

I work in a collaborative and supportive way with supervisees. The supervision relationship should be equal and respectful. Working as a therapist, particularly in private practice, can be quite isolating and regular supervision can help ease this. I see supervision as a mix of supporting your client work, developing your clinical skills, personal support as well as business support.

I am a member of the BACP and adhere to their ethical code. My role as a supervisor is to help you recognise and work through any ethical dilemmas. My role is not to instruct you.

About My Practice

Since qualifying in 2018, I have worked exclusively in my own private practice. I am passionate about therapy and supporting both clients and other therapists. I work with adults on an individual basis. My initial training was in an integrative relational model, but I prefer to meet my clients where they are and use theory to help reflect on the process rather than direct the journey.

Alongside my client work, I am a business coach specialising in supporting fellow therapists to start or develop their private practices. With over 15 years experience of running companies and a background in IT, I am ideally placed to help people in this area.

Sessions and Fees

To work with my private practice diary, I offer regular supervision in 50 minutes sessions on either a weekly or fornightly basis. Each session costs £60. My fees will be reviewed on 1st January each year.

Next Steps

I offer all prospective supervisees a free 30 minute session (either in person or online). This is a chance for us to get to know each other and see if we would like to work together.

Please drop me an email if you would like to book a free introductory call.