I am a UKCP and BPC registered psychoanalytic psychotherapist, and an experienced clinical supervisor. I am a member of the British Association for Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Supervision (BAPPS), and am on the UKCP Register of Approved Supervisors.
In supervision I aim to support the therapist by:
- exploring unconscious processes in the clinical material presented
- linking theory with practice
- working with the transference and countertransference in order to deepen an understanding of the client's inner world
- addressing issues of technical difficulty in the clinical work which may be hindering the therapist's efficacy
- encouraging the therapist to develop their own ways of reflecting, thinking and processing clinical material, in order that they establish their own identity as a therapist over time
Within supervision I draw on my own clinical experience in private practice, the NHS, Employee Assitance Programmes, counselling agencies and the voluntary sector, together with my experience of teaching and supervising trainee and qualified clinicians both individually and in groups.
I have led both clinical and theoretical seminars on the psychoanalytic psychotherapy training at the British Psychotherapy Foundation, and for many years I taught a weekly seminar on Advanced Clinical and Theoretical Issues to final year psychodynamic psychotherapy trainees at WPF Therapy. I am a training therapist for various psychodynamic and psychoanalytic trainings in London. I am also a member of the training committee, selection committee and a tutor for the British Psychotherapy Foundation, and undertake selection interviews for Wpf Therapy.
If you would like to find out more about my training, qualifications and experience please click here. If you would like to read more about my approach to therapy please click here.
My fee for supervision is £70.00 per session. You are welcome to telephone or email me at any time to make further enquiries or to set up an initial meeting to explore the possibility of supervision with me.