I am an integrative and relational counselor/psychotherapist, a registered Member of the BACP, UKCP accredited, with over 10 years of experience in the public sector and private practice.
I am familiar with and committed to issues of intersectionality such as race, gender, class, disability, and religion and how these and other identities may be present in our work together in supervision.
My supervision training is primarily integrative and relational with a psychodynamic at its core. However, my training in supervision supports and encourages me to work across different modalities and therapeutic approaches. Therefore I welcome supervisees from different modalities to my own.
We will place attention on the ethical boundaries and principles that are at the basis of the therapeutic work, and I will offer guidance to managing risk and crisis in your practice. I abide to the BACP code of ethics
As a supervisor, I can provide a safe space for reflection on your experiences and how those then play out in your work.
I invite you to discuss our own supervisory relationship and look into how this may mirror dynamics, patterns, and key themes in your clinical work with your clients.
I have a specific interest in disability studies, invisible and visible, I welcome therapists and counselors who may need to discuss in depth such issues.