Slide Groups In groups, there is not only opportunity to share rich, clinical thinking but also to offer up our experience and resources to one another with the view to fostering best practice. Clinical supervision is the bedrock of therapeutic practice, however I am hugely encouraged by how commonly supervision is being adopted by professionals outside of the therapeutic field, including organisational/school/team leaders, safeguarding leads (DSL and DDSL's) and beyond.

Supervision most fundamentally, is about carving out space to take pause and reflect, explore, share, speculate, hypothesise, experiment, debate, create, lean-on and/or seek support as well as exercising its potential as an ethical barometer for the crucial and frequently complex work professionals in this field so valuably do.

I have a thriving private practice centred around supervision which truly is a passion of mine; at the moment I'm working predominantly online but am also resuming the option of face to face from June 2021
from my practice based in Epping and other East London locations.

In supervision, I integrate relationally-driven approaches alongside attention to unconscious processes; I also like to invite the arts where welcomed and have creative resources in my therapy room.
I will sometimes (depending on supervisee preference) facilitate grounding exercises which can help us bring our fullest attention/presence to the work.

The Wonder of Nature

Slide The wonder of nature I am fortunate to be based close to beautiful Epping Forest where it’s breadth allows for confidential walk and talk supervision. There is something so special about connecting with nature, while tuning in to the client work; the spacious and enriching natural environment can serve to bring spaciousness to our thinking and exploration.

Do mention your interest in this type of supervision if you’d like to give this outdoor option a try!