My practice is based on Internal Family Systems (IFS), underpinned by my primary training in Psychosynthesis, and with an awareness of the body from my training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. I have a Diploma in Supervision, awarded by the Centre for Supervision and Team Development (CSTD), based on Hawkins and Shohet’s ‘Seven-eyed model of supervision’.
I am approved by the Internal Family Systems Institute as an IFS Clinical Consultant/Supervisor. This means that IFS practitioners and therapists working towards IFS Certification can use supervision/consultation time with me towards the required criteria. I am happy to offer IFS consultancy to people who have another primary supervisor, or to be the primary supervisor. I am experienced in supporting therapists to integrate and develop their IFS practice, at whatever stage they are at with the model.
I have a range of experience that informs my work as a supervisor. This includes working in private practice, working as a counsellor in an agency offering services to survivors of sexual assault, and, in a previous career, in a senior manager role providing supervision to front-line staff and managers within a children and families social work service.
My style of supervision is based on building a strong, supportive container where we can explore together what’s happening in your work. You would find that I have a strong interest in trauma, including developmental and complex trauma, and a curiosity about how the work with your client impacts on you, and me, and shows up in our sessions together.
My fee for supervision is £60 per hour. I offer sessions of an hour or 90 minutes.
Please contact me if you would like to explore having supervision with me by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phone me on 07977 932066.