I see clinical supervision as a process where you can be held and nurtured – where you learn to be yourself and grow as practitioner, but also in life in general. A place to ground yourself, find assurance and guidance on client work, connect to yourself and therefore connect more with your clients on a deeper level.
I have been working as a supervisor since 2006 in crisis intervention services and have enjoyed this work immensely. I have over 15 years of experience of supervising counsellors and allied mental health professionals and volunteers in frontline services.
In private practice, I like to support practitioners for clinical supervision, and also people who come from other backgrounds such as the arts, education and politics. I specialise in neurodivergence and trauma as a psychotherapist and I offer supervision to neurodivergent practitioners.
If you feel that we might work well together, and you are interested in supervision with me, you can get in touch via email or phone (0759-0757-834).
I run a supervision group for therapists working with neurodivergent clients. Please enquire if this is of interest to you.
Outside of private practice I work as Safeguarding Lead and Clinical Supervisor for an international counselling organisation.