Professional supervision and consultation
As a BACP Senior Accredited Supervisor, I provide one-to-one supervision and pair/group supervision and consultation for counsellors, therapists and other ‘people practitioners’ seeking a committed, collaborative and creative approach to supporting and developing their work with clients, patients and service-users.
A large part of my current practice is supervising a diverse range of practitioners working in schools, colleges, and public health. I also supervise trainee counsellors and established independent therapists.
I hold a Diploma in Integrative Supervision and draw on over 20 years of varied therapeutic counselling experience including EAP, voluntary sector, local authority, NHS primary care, and private practice. Currently I write the supervision column for BACP’s Private Practice journal — here’s my most recent article, Questioning the Edge, about the difference between supervision and therapy.
Contact me at any time to discuss your professional requirements — if I’m not able to help you directly I might know someone who can.
Cambridge Supervision Training
For six years I was a tutor and administrator for the CST partnership, which runs accredited Diploma courses for trainee supervisors and organises CPD events for supervisors in the health professions. I’m proud to be part of CST now as an Associate.
With CST founders Anthea Millar and Penny Henderson, I co-authored Practical Supervision: How to Become a Supervisor for the Helping Professions (JKP 2014). Details here.