Reflection – I see supervision as a container where you can take time to reflect on your practice. Being with you, I listen, and will mirror back what I hear of the story you present.
Crucial to supervision is creating a safe space in which trust can develop. This is open to a broad range of professionals from psychotherapists, counsellors and creative arts therapists to teachers, body workers and artists.
Soulful – From Alchemy, the Axiom of Maria reminds us that ‘one becomes two, two becomes three, and out of the third comes the one as the fourth’. The process of supervision invites both of us to reflect on your work, and because of this reflection new possibilities can emerge.
Queer Abundance – Questioning the norm and being critical of what is taken for granted; honouring that reality is never singular but rather plural as our multiple experiences.
Individuality – I am committed to practising supervision in ways that are inclusive, accessible, and affirming to supervisees from all backgrounds, cultures, races, beliefs, sexualities, abilities and gender identities.
Sessions are 60 minutes long and my fee is £80 per session.
I have a limited numbers of reduced-fee spaces. If you think you are in need of one, please let me know.
I have completed a post graduate diploma in clinical supervision, with the training organisation Re-Vision.
Re-Vision is accredited by BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy).
I am a clinical supervisor registered with BADth (British Association of Dramatherapists) you can find my name on their register here
'the real insights do not come from the centre, but from the edge.' ― James Hillman