I provide both individual and group supervision, for psychotherapy and counselling practitioners in private practice, and across a wide range of organisational settings. Supervision is a thinking space, where supervisees may explore their practice, attend to feelings, values and ethical issues, and build on both experiential and theoretical understanding.
I have experience of supervising staff in roles other than direct psychotherapeutic work with clients, e.g. nurses, social workers, Prison Officers, teachers, managerial, administrative & support staff.
I am familiar with the particular dilemmas of working and supervising in both private practice and organisational settings, and use the supervisory space to examine parallel processes, and client/supervisee/organisational projections and anxieties.
I specialise in supervising practitioners working with addictive disorders, and am skilled in the supervision of those working with clients with compulsive sexual behaviours.