SUPERVISION

An opportunity to explore and further develop your work practice through an embodied and creative approach

An opportunity to explore and further develop your work practice through an embodied and creative approach

Supervision

Supervision can help you to take new perspectives on your work and find solutions to complex situations. It is also a space to nurture your professional development and refresh your practice.

I provide individual and group clinical supervision, as well as reflective practice sessions for staff of different organisations and mental health teams. I welcome psychotherapists, coming from various therapeutic backgrounds, who are interested in integrating an embodied and creative perspective when exploring their work.

My approach

My approach to supervision draws from creative techniques, action methods and embodied practice. Supervisory questions are often explored creatively through the use of role play, small world sculpts, imagery, or the use of movement exploration and body shaping. These methods can help practitioners to look at their presenting issues in their clinical practice from different perspectives and find new answers through the creative and reflective process.

My approach

My approach to supervision draws from creative techniques, action methods and embodied practice. Supervisory questions are often explored creatively through the use of role play, small world sculpts, imagery, or the use of movement exploration and body shaping. These methods can help practitioners to look at their presenting issues in their clinical practice from different perspectives and find new answers through the creative and reflective process.
* Sessions are offered online and in person. Please contact me for more information.
Before After
* Sessions are offered online and in person. Please contact me for more information.
Before After

Individual

£55 / for employed (1 hour)

Students

£45 / for students and newly qualified (1 hour)

Group

The cost of a group session is based on the number of participants, session’s length and where the group takes place