Peter Hawkins

Professor Peter Hawkins, PhD is a leading international thought leader on Supervision across many professions.  He is Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School and Emeritus Chairman of Bath
Consultancy Group through whom he works with a wide variety of organisations and top teams in the commercial, public and voluntary sectors.  He is lead author of 'Supervision in the Helping Professions'
now in its fourth edition; author of 'Leadership Team Coaching', 'Creating a Coaching Culture and 'The Wise Fool's Guide to Leadership', co-author, with Nick Smith, of the 'Coaching, Mentoring and Organisational Consultancy, Supervision and Development'. He was a founding Board member of the UKCP and founder of the Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling.
E-mail: peter.hawkins@cstd.co.uk

Judy Ryde

Judy Ryde, PhD is a psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer and is a founder of the Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling and the co-founder and past chair for Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility.  In her book ‘Being White in the Helping Professions: An Intersubjective Approach to Intercultural Working’ (2009) she writes on supervision.  She has written several other chapters and papers on supervision and is a contributor to the 3rd and 4th editions of 'Supervision in the Helping Professions'. She is director of the Trauma Foundation South West, a charity which provides psychotherapy and counselling for refugees and asylum seekers.
E-mail: judy.ryde@cstd.co.uk
Tel: 01225 444911

Jane Purkiss

Jane Purkiss, MA, PGCE, is a UKCP registered psychotherapist with 16 years experience of training and supervision.  She was Director of Studies at the Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling from 2007-2011 and she currently works on the later stages of the MA in psychotherapy there.  One of her areas of interest is post modern approaches to loss and separation.  She has run training days on this theme in various locations in the South West and published articles in The British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration (2010) and Self and Society (2009). Jane’s background is in education and she is fluent in French.
E-mail: jane.purkiss@cstd.co.uk
Tel: 07905 970635

Rae Howling

Rae Howling C of Ed, CQSW, Dip HIP, MA HIP, UKCP Reg. Rae is a psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer, and works on the final stages of the psychotherapy MA at the Bath Centre of Psychotherapy and Counselling. She has a private practice in Bristol. Previously she worked as a senior social worker and family therapist. She is particularly interested in the integration of Intersubjective Systems Theory and Dialogical theory in her work as a psychotherapist. Rae has worked as a supervisor of psychotherapists and students in training for many years.
E-mail: rae.howling@blueyonder.co.uk
Tel: 07772 559952

Martin Capps

Martin Capps MSc, SM GPTI, is a UKCP registered gestalt psychotherapist,  supervisor and trainer with over 20 years of experience in the private, NHS and third sectors working with individuals, couples and groups.  He is currently a primary tutor on the Advanced Diploma in Gestalt Psychotherapy course of the Welsh Psychotherapy Partnership in Cardiff, and has taught at the Metanoia Institute.  He is particularly interested in the relational aspects of shame and its impact on individuals and organisations, and in particular how it may present in the therapeutic and supervisory relationships.  He works from his home near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire as well as in Chepstow, Monmouthshire.
E-mail: martin@martin-capps.co.uk
Tel: 07941 647740