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Private Practice: Therapy & Supervision

Psychotherapy

Individual Client Information

Individual Therapy Agreement

Couples Therapy Agreement

  • £55 per 60 minute hour for individuals.

  • £65 per 60 minute hour for couples

  • In person & online

Types of Therapy: Adults; Individual; Couples; Groups

Whatever your situation my aim as a therapist is to be as useful and helpful to you as possible. To help you clarify what is troubling you I listen carefully to what's been going on and what it is you're experiencing.  I then support you to make sense of your experiences, feelings, thoughts, difficulties and wishes. We might think about how your here and now problems connect to your past relationships and experiences. Often what we went though as children have a tendency to keep following us around and we have to find a way of making peace with ourselves. If it feels right you may also want to explore how your faith or spirituality feeds into your life and relationships.

The ultimate aim of therapy is to help you recover, grow and mature into the unique, authentic adult you are. You will learn how to reconnect with yourself in a way that frees your true self and nurtures what I call your 'wounded inner child'. Therapy seeks to help you develop new skills and attitudes that enable you to enjoy a more satisfying relationship with yourself and others.

Supervision

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Supervision agreement

Student agreement

Pastoral agreement

  • £65 per 60 minute hour

  • Individuals & groups

  • In person & online 

I have worked as a clinical supervisor for seven years. I qualified with a Diploma in Supervision with The Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute in 2020. I work with qualified and trainee counsellors, psychotherapists and allied health professionals, both individually and as a group. I also offer pastoral supervision for ministers, youth workers and other pastoral workers. 

 

I offer supervision in person and online and sometimes a combination of the two is a practical option.

 

My approach as a supervisor is from a developmentally based, relationally focused integrative perspective. My understanding is that supervision is a professional, confidential, contracted, collaborative relationship between at least two people. Supervision is first and foremost a relationship, albeit a professional one, with one person having the responsibilities of a supervisor and the other(s) having responsibilities of supervisee. I seek to provide the relational conditions out of which you can explore your work and circumstances with a view to safeguarding your client and developing the quality of your service.

 

The aim of supervision is to support you to reflect on yourself as a practitioner and get the support, encouragement and guidance you need to practice ethically and effectively. I also seek to help practitioners link practice to theory and theory and research to practice and become more assured in their life as a professional.

There is something I do before I start a session.

I let myself know that I am enough.

Not perfect. Perfect wouldn’t be enough.

There is nothing this person can say or do or feel that I can’t feel myself.

I can be with them.

I am enough.”

(Carl Rogers)“

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