The working relationship with your Supervisor is an important one.

I have significant experience of working as a Supervisor with experienced and trainee counsellors. I supervise​ counsellors and other professionals working in the helping professions who are working with adults or young people over the age of 18. From my work with the University of Cambridge, I have also supervised many Counsellors working in Higher Education and have extensive working knowledge of counselling and supervision in this sector.

I offer an open and collaborative approach to supervision and recognise the importance of offering therapists a safe and non-judgemental space to reflect on their work. I aim to offer supervision which is both challenging, yet supportive, helping you to consider fresh insights into your work.

As both a counsellor and supervisor, I am trained in an Integrative approach and work with supervisees across different therapeutic models.

I am a Senior Accredited and registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and abide by the Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions 2018.

In 2016 I qualified with a Diploma in Supervision accredited by the Institute for Individual Psychology (ASIIP) with Cambridge Supervision Training (CST). I also volunteered as an Accredited Supervisor with Cruse Bereavement Care after completing training in Group Supervision in 2012. I facilitated Supervision Groups at Cruse Bereavement Care in Cambridge for several years.

I have also facilitated long-term Reflective Practice groups for individuals working in other professions including nurses and support staff in Higher Education. I welcome enquiries from organisations regarding Reflective Practice sessions for staff.

The working relationship with your Supervisor is an important one, so to help you make the right choice, I offer a 20-minute telephone appointment at no charge so that we can decide if we are a good fit to work together. Please feel free to telephone or email me to arrange an initial meeting, or to find out more about supervision with me.