CSTD Graduate Supervisors

These Supervisors have all completed our Certificate or Diploma in Supervision.

There are approximately 100 graduates of our supervision certificate programme. We are gradually building up a list from these as we get their permission so that we can refer people to it when we are contacted with requests for supervisors.

If you would like to be included on this list please let Alison know by E-mail at: info@cstdbath.co.uk

For the Diploma and Certificate programme supervision sessions please see the specific list of Supervisors on Supervision when making your choice of Supervisor.

Nicky Adams

Nicky Adams

I am an experienced counsellor working mostly with addiction. I live in Shaftesbury and am the manager of a large team of counsellors in a residential treatment centre in Wiltshire.

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I supervise individuals and groups, and also work with families, facilitating family conferences. My background includes facilitating group therapy in prisons and therapeutic communities. I have also worked for a university student counselling service and have taught counselling skills in an adult education setting.

BA Hons, Dip Humanistic Counselling, CSTD Certificate, FDAP, IRP

nix.adams@yahoo.co.uk

Cinzia-Altobelli

Cinzia Altobelli

I am based in North Dorset easily accessible from Somerset and Wiltshire.I am also in London weekly on Wednesday Thursday and occasionally on Friday.

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Cinzia Altobelli MSc RGN

Experience/qualifications : I am a UKCP registered independent psychotherapist and supervisor with a nursing background. I have been a qualified counsellor since 1992 , completed an MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy in 2005 at the Metanoia Institute and a Certificate in Supervision at CDST in 2011. I have been providing clinical supervision since 2007.I worked with both supervisees and supervisors offering individual and group supervision in a wide range of contexts including the NHS, multidisciplinary and specialist teams in the community and more recently schools when working in partnership with the Place2be counsellors.

In the last 14 years I worked in the field of addiction at For Families a division of Action on Addiction (formerly Clouds) that supports families affected by addiction.I was Leader of Therapeutic services since 2007 developing innovative therapeutic interventions, accredited training, managing and supervising a team of counsellors and projects.

I have been an independent psychotherapist, supervisor and coach in training since February 2015.

Particular area of interest: the parallel process in supervision especially when working in the field of addiction where blame &shame can be recurring themes. I am interested in organizational supervision, systemic work with team/families, mentalization based treatment with individuals and families.
My supervision: I am in supervision with Dr Jenifer Elton Wilson

My approach :I like to work collaboratively and I am keen to make supervision a two way stimulating, helpful & transparent process.I work integratively using the Seven-eye supervision model and draw from various thinking such as TA, CAT, MBT, CBT, Systemic Theories, Person centred,Self Psychology, Psychodynamic ,Attachment and Neurobiology to understand clients’ presentation.

cinzia.altobelli@btinternet.com

07487 752465

Steve Burchell

Steve Burchell

I live and work in Isleworth, West London and have, since qualifying, been providing counselling, psychotherapy and supervision for the last 18 years.

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My experience includes working for local authorities (Richmond and Hounslow), the NHS, Social Services and in Further Education. I have trained counsellors and am an approved supervisor for the Metanoia Institute's Person-Centred department.

I am the author of BACP's Information Sheet G8 'Counselling Asylum Seekers and Refugees'. I am accredited through the Independent Practitioner Network process through my ongoing participation in a full member group. I am currently completing an MA in Psychotherapy and Healing (Middlesex University) and describe myself as a Person-Centred Jungian. I am particularly interested in the overlap between ancient healing traditions and modern depth psychology.

stib@earthling.net

www.heartmindspirit.co.uk

Martin Capps

Martin Capps

I work from his home near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire as well as in Chepstow, Monmouthshire. I am 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.

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I am currently a primary tutor on the Advanced Diploma in Gestalt Psychotherapy course of the Welsh Psychotherapy Partnership in Cardiff, and have taught at the Metanoia Institute. I am 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.

martin@martin-capps.co.uk

www.martin-capps.co.uk

Jill Davidson

Jill Davidson

I offer supervision sessions both in Central London and Kingston-upon-Thames in Surrey. I have been working as a supervisor since 2006, both with individuals and in groups.

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I took several years to complete the Certificate in Supervision with CSTD as I wanted to spend time practising and processing the learning on the course, which was invaluable.

I originally worked in the creative fields of television and video for many years, but have been managing counselling organisations in the addictions field since 2000. The organisational dynamics within the caring professions are complex and my work experience to date has equipped me with a deep understanding of the pressures of working in a range of sectors, including charities, the private sector and the NHS.

I have also been practising as an Existential psychotherapist since 1999 and am registered with the UKCP. Working within the addictions field requires me to follow a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy model of working, which is effective for people suffering from addiction and short-term work.

jrd2@talktalk.net

www.jilldavidsoncounselling.co.uk

Sue Dives

Sue Dives

I am based in a rural location in Essex, close to Ongar, Brentwood and Chelmsford. As a UKCP Registered Integrative Psychotherapist and Supervisor I offer face-to face and Skype sessions.

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I provide supervision for practising and trainee counsellors, psychotherapists, coaches and anyone working in the mental health field and caring professions. As a therapist I work with both short-term and open-ended contracts and so can support supervisees working within either or both.

In appreciating my own experiences of clinical supervision I believe in a collaboration that supports and promotes my supervisees' individuality while providing opportunities for development. Importantly I aim to provide a safe space for the exploration of anything that happens during or in response to a session.

Relevant Professional Qualifications
My main therapy training was at The Minster Centre where I qualified with an MA in Psychotherapy and Counselling (Middlesex University) and an Advanced Diploma.
I also have knowledge of the neurological differences of ADD / ADHD, dyslexia and other similar syndromes. In these areas I have a Diploma in Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia) and a Certificate in Coaching (AD/HD).

Many years ago I trained and worked at a local hospice as a bereavement counsellor.

susan@dives.org

07513 501664

www.suedives.co.uk

Vivienne Ellis-Spencer

Vivienne Ellis-Spencer

I am currently located in Borough of Broxbourne, Hertfordshire and I do cover areas around my location, including, Hertfordshire/Essex (Harlow/Epping/Waltham Abbey Area) and Middlesex (Enfield).

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I have trained and worked in the field of psychotherapy and counselling for over 15 years, and have experience in diverse areas. I have registered with United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapists (UKCP) from 2000 until 2008 when I closed my private practice to concentrate on clinical supervision. However, I am a member of British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and remain committed to promote the ethical framework to protect clients and therapists.

I have also worked as a Lecturer in a local College where I provided training and education for trainee counsellors. Previous experience includes providing in-house training in bereavement and loss and working with Cruse Bereavement Care providing training and supervision for their volunteer counsellors.

Now semi retired I have decided to concentrate on the support and well being of counsellors and psychotherapists and can also offer pastoral care and mentoring.

vivienne@vivienne-ellis-spencer.co.uk

www.vivienne-ellis-spencer.co.uk

Liza Heatley

Liza Heatley

I am a UKCP registered Transactional Analyst Psychotherapist and Supervisor based in Marldon, South Devon. I originally trained as an integrative counsellor and am BACP accredited.

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I have over fifteen years experience working as a therapist in the NHS, voluntary and private sectors with individuals, couples and groups and am a specialist in gender identity issues.

www.totnescounselling.org

Lara Hickey-Webb

Lara Hickey-Webb

I am based in Bridport, Dorset and qualified as a clinical supervisor in April 2007 and I have over 10 years experience in supervision and counselling with counsellors (and trainees) and psychotherapists. I am currently offering Skype supervision only.

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I am an Integrative Existential Supervisor with Psychodynamic, Existential Analytical, Psychosexual and general Relational approach training. I have worked as a Psychotherapist with children, adolescents, adults, couples and family groups in the fields of Youth Justice, Mental Health, Education, Organisations and Hospital setting in the areas of most emotional and mental health issues, including parenting.

LaraHickey@hotmail.com

Rosie Hodgson

Rosie Hodgson

I am based in Bath at My practice is in the centre of Bath and is easily accessible if you are using the bus. There is limited on-street parking close by, but plenty of parking just a few minutes away My Practice is based at 15a Cheap Street, just a few steps away from Bath Abbey.

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Training & Qualifications
BCPC Psychotherapy Diploma 1996 -2005 ,1 year Couples training 2005 - 2006, Centre for Supervision Training & Development - Supervision training 2011-14

Rosemary Hodgson (UKCP Registered: No 05156938)

Qualified Psychotherapist in practice with individuals since 1996. I am also a couples therapist since 2005. I am a trained Supervisor and can provide Supervision to Psychotherapists, Counsellors and others in the helping professions. I am also a qualified and registered Social Worker since 1986.

I enjoy working with individuals and couples and believe I can provide a warm, holding place for my clients to explore their lives and relationships

I am an experienced Psychotherapist working with long term clients. My training is Humanistic, Psychoanalytic and integrative and these theories strongly influence and underpin my work.

I believe that psychological suffering arises from difficulties in our early relationships. By providing a therapeutic relationship that is warm, accepting and authentic an environment is created where it is possible for difficulties to be understood and resolved.

My training as a Supervisor has been with The Centre for Supervision and Team Development in Bath. This training is an integrative model which is appropriate for all theoretical approaches and meets the standards for the Directory of Approved Supervisors of UKCP. I supervise individuals and groups in the helping professions including Counsellors and Psychotherapists.

The Abbey Practice, 15a Cheap Street, Bath, BA1 1NA

rosie-hodgson@lineone.net

07876 593715

Yasmin Jefferies

Yasmin Jefferies

London, N15. I work part-time as a counsellor for the NHS supporting parents with ill and dying children and part-time as a private practitioner providing counselling and supervision. I also volunteer at St Joseph’s Hospice where I provide counselling for carers and palliative care patients.

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Training and Qualifications:

In my practice I have been influenced by the Person Centred Approach, Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and Positive Psychology and these models have shaped my ideas about supervision. I am interested in collaborations and mutually assessing how helpful I might be as a conversation partner to those who are seeking supervision for their practice.

I see my role as opening the supervisee’s eyes to noticing more of what he or she has seen and done. The following quote best encompasses the supervisory relationship I hope to create with supervisees. - ‘The nature of supervision thus changes from SUPERvision, where the supervisor is considered the expert with privileged knowledge telling the supervisee how to proceed, to co-vision and co-created-vision, where the covisee is considered the expert and is expected to know more about what is happening in his or her sessions.’ (Edward and Chen, 1999).

syjefferies@gmail.com

www.yasminjefferiescounselling.com

Julie Jeffs

Julie Jeffs

Julie Jeffs, UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and Professional Supervisor in Plymouth. Offering Individual and group supervision to people in the counselling, psychotherapy and health care professions.

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I believe that all human beings have the capacity to reach their full potential regardless of upbringing, culture of origin, gender, age and any other aspect of diversity.

I have many years experience working with people with a wide range of mental health problems and have learned how each individual is unique and how different people may benefit from different approaches to tackling their difficulties.

My professional development as a therapist, trainer and supervisor has been informed by these values and this is reflected in my choices for my own training, supervision and development.

I have training in various modalities of therapeutic work including person-centred counselling, core process psychotherapy, CBT, family and systemic practice, group analysis, pre- and Perinatal psychology and professional supervisor with CSTD. During my career I have gained experience working with people with eating disorders, people with experiences of severe abuse in childhood, people with terminal illness and with students as a counsellor at the University of Plymouth. I work with individuals, couples and families, I offer both long-term therapy and shorter term therapy (for EAP programmes, for instance).

As a trainer, I have written and conducted counselling courses at diploma level and run courses in Mindfulness and Meditation.

My early career was spent working as a manager for a large utility company, where I gained valuable business experience.

In new premises, an ex-GP surgery, I have established a centre for counselling and psychotherapy practice. This centre - the Waterloo Wellbeing Centre – offers psychotherapy, counselling, mindfulness training and counselling training. The Centre is available for hire for training events, talks and workshops for those in the helping and healthcare professions.

I have been working as a supervisor for many years and am able to offer individual and group supervision to people in the counselling, psychotherapy and health care professions. To discuss your supervision requirements please contact me.

juliejeffs@blueyonder.co.uk

07966 003872

Doron Levene

Doron Levene

I am an experienced UKCP registered psychotherapist and supervisor trained initially at the Chiron Centre for Body Psychotherapy. I have held a private practice since 1998 with individuals, couples, supervisees, coaches and corporate clients based in London Waterloo as well as Muswell Hill in North London.

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How I work:
I am inspired by a love of healing and learning and I am interested in what is effective as well as what
isn’t. Having been exposed to the cruel realities of war and political conflict in my twenties I became deeply aware of the immense suffering we are capable of inflicting on each other.

In supervision I seek to develop an empowering practice within a culture of mutuality, support and respectful challenge. I listen to what people tell me and to what is absent from their story; to what people say in words and to what their bodies express. I hope to contribute to a culture that encourages normalizing talking openly about failure as an unavoidable part of being in this work.

Relational supervision, not dissimilar to the therapeutic relationship, is a co-created process based on two subjectivities of equal importance. We cannot avoid our capacity for profoundly and empathically sharing another's self-states in fact this is the ground for meaningful change in supervision.

Who I work with:
I am experienced in supervising trainee and qualified counsellors, psychotherapists and coaches who work with adults as well as alternative practitioners and other facilitators of change.

Past and other experience:
My earlier work included working with homeless men and those afflicted by Alzheimers. I have run groups for people wishing to cease participating in intimate violence as well as managed a successful private business. Past posts include Chair of the Chiron Association for Body Psychotherapists Ethics and Equal Opportunities Committee. I am bilingual and fluent in both English and Hebrew.

levenedoron@gmail.com

07932 844023

www.heartofthematter.co.uk

Susan McGrath

Susan McGrath

I live and work in Dorking, Surrey. I supervise both groups and individuals. For the last 9 years I have been working in a University Counselling Centre.

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Susan McGrath BSc MSc PGDip MBACP

As well as counselling and training I have supervised placement students on both PhD and Diploma Counselling courses as well as practicing therapists.

Professional Qualifications:
My original training was in Psychosynthesis and the process and experiential focus of the CSTD training fit well with this way of working. I supervise students on the Psychosynthesis Diploma course at Re-vision, London. I have also trained in Psychodynamic Adolescent Therapy (WPF), Relate Couples Therapy, Eco-psychology and Energy Psychotherapy.

I have been lucky to experience excellent clinical supervision for my own work and I am passionate about creating a space to allow the sacredness of therapy to be nurtured and for this to inform practice. I am also happy to provide Skype supervision.

susanmcgrath@yahoo.com

07712 003233

Liz Mason

Liz Mason

Near Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire and work as a Counsellor/ Psychotherapist, Trainer, Supervisor and Group Facilitator. I have been working directly with individuals, groups and organizations for over 20 years. I aim to work in ways that are accessible, supportive, creative and empowering.

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Liz Mason. Psychotherapist, UKCP (Regd.) MBACP (Accred). MA Psychotherapy and
Counselling, Cert. Supervision, Dip SW, Adv. practitioner MET.

I offer individual and group supervision to staff, students and volunteers who work with adults and young people. Current work includes supervising Counsellors, Youth and Community Workers, Support Workers and Mental Health Workers. I also regularly deliver staff development training in the public and private sectors and facilitate groups and workshops in community, educational and private settings.

I believe supervision is crucial in a wide range of professions. I provide opportunities for practitioners to resource, develop and support themselves as well as ensuring safe and effective practice. I have over twelve years experience supervising and draw upon extensive practice experience working with individuals, groups and organizations. Previous work includes counselling in a GP surgery, youth agency and business sector organisations. I am a qualified Social Worker and Youth & Community Worker and have developed a range of projects in youth and community work, training and educational settings.

I hold MA in Psychotherapy and Counselling through the CCPE, as well as an Advanced Diploma in Integrative Counselling. I am a UKCP registered Psychotherapist and am also accredited by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). I abide by their professional standards. I have undertaken additional training in Supervision, Groupwork and Energy Psychology.

lizmason@talktalk.net

01225 763531

www.soulworks-uk.co.uk

Margli Matthews

Margli Matthews

I have a private counselling and supervision practise in East Sussex and London and am primarily supervising counsellors/psychotherapists as well as students in training.

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Margli Matthews, PG Dip. Counselling, Dip. Biographical Counselling, Cert. Supervision CSTD, MBACP (accred), UKRCP and CAHSC registered. I am a counsellor, supervisor and trainer with over 20 years of experience.

I have been involved in adult education for over 30 years. I am the director of the Certificate/Diploma Course in Biographical Counselling at Emerson College, Sussex. I also teach in training courses and run workshops in many institutions and countries throughout the world on themes of biography work, biographical counselling, counselling skills, human relationships and other social and therapeutic themes.

I am co founder of the Biography and Social Development Trust, which was established to serve individual development and social renewal by providing an international forum for training, research and exchange in the field of Biographical Counselling, Biography Work and the Human Encounter out of the perspective of Anthroposophy.

I am a contributor to the book Lifeways about the renewal of family life and co-author of Ariadne’s Awakening, a book concerned with a new consciousness of the feminine and masculine principles in our lives.

marglimatt@aol.com

Helga Moore

Helga Moore

I am an experienced counsellor based in Cardiff. I work as a Human Givens Therapist in private practice from my home and as a student and school counsellor in Christ College Brecon and Cardiff University.

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Training and Qualifications:
BA Hons, PGCE, HND Counselling, DIP Human Givens, DIP Supervision CSTD
Reg MBACP
PSA accredited MHGI

I am a Human Givens integrative therapist with 16 years experience of working with children, adults and couples. My background is in teaching and I have lectured counselling also. I have worked as a bereavement counsellor, a school counsellor, and a play therapist. Recently a lot of my work has been with survivors of extreme trauma and sexual abuse, experiencing complex trauma and PTSD. I find the Human Givens Rewind technique extremely effective for detraumatization. I have recently qualified as a supervisor and I very much enjoy the richness of working with supervisees using Hawkins and Shohet’s multi layered 7 eyed model. I am happy to work by telephone or Skype if this is preferred.

helgaannemoore@icloud.com

07815 110519

www.helgamooretherapy.co.uk

Chris O'Malley

Chris O'Malley

I live in Birmingham where my therapy and supervision practices are currently based.

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Chris O’Malley, B.A.(Hons), ATCL, Dip. Couns., MBACP (Accred), Certificate in Supervision (CSTD)

I have worked in private practice with individuals since 1999 and as a supervisor since 2005. I am currently completing a Masters’ Degree in Gestalt Psychotherapy at Metanoia Institute, London, and have a background in music and in teaching.My current supervision practice is with counsellors and therapists, but I am also interested in working with practitioners of other disciplines. My experience includes working for the NHS and in Further Education where I have trained counsellors. I am most experienced in Gestalt and in Person-Centred models but have a wide interest across the spectrum of therapeutic paradigms.

chris.omalley@blueyonder.co.uk

07795 382192

David Owen

David Owen

I provide supervision and staff team development to small groups and teams working in healthcare in the Southampton, Winchester and London area.

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Dr David Owen MB BS FFHom

I coedited with Robin Shohet 'Clinical Supervision in the Medical Profession' (Open University Press)
and have contributed chapters to "Passionate Medicine", edited by Robin Shohet, published by Jessica Kingsley.

I am a senior clinical teaching fellow at the School of Medicine at Southampton, where I am responsible for developing a programme on personal development and Patient Centred Care for Medical Students. I have experience with a number of short and medium term projects and in running both one-to-one and group supervision for doctors and heathcare teams.

I have integrated working with supervision and use 'supervisory tools' into consultancy for organisations and have a special interest in working with social enterprises that are growing through challenging times. I work mainly in London and around the south coast (Winchester, Bournemouth, Oxford and Chichester).

David.Owen@soton.ac.uk

www.thenaturalpractice.com

Sonja Potts

Sonja Potts

I am based in Birmingham.  I am a qualified Counselling Psychologist (2005) and I completed my doctorate in 2009. I am employed by the NHS where I currently work in Eating Disorders and Early Intervention Psychosis services.

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I have also previously worked in Primary Care Psychology, Substance Misuse, and an IAPT service. I have experience in working therapeutically with a wide range of psychological difficulties and mental health problems. My passion is to help people identify the habits and problems that keep them off-track in their lives, and help them align their values, strengths and actions to enable them to move towards the life they desire.

Special interests: alcohol misuse, eating disorders, psychological trauma, supervision
Professional Qualifications: MSc Counselling Psychology, Post-MSc Diploma in Counselling Psychology, Doctorate in Counselling Psychology, Chartered Counselling Psychologist (CPsychol); certificate in supervision with CSTD (Centre of supervision and team development)

Professional Membership: HPC, BPS, UKPTS (Psychological Trauma Society), ESTSS (European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies), ESTD (European Society for Trauma and Dissociation)

I have been providing individual and group supervision for several years to a number of health professionals, including practitioners from psychology, CBT therapy, counselling, CPN, and OT backgrounds. I see supervision foremost as a relationship that provides a safe space to grow as a practitioner and a person - to reflect, experience, experiment, laugh, learn, develop in competency and discover personal wisdom.

sonjakpotts@gmail.com

Allison Priestman

Allison Priestman

I am an experienced Embodied-Relational Psychotherapist and Trainer and live in Stroud, Gloucestershire.

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I have also worked as a counsellor and group worker at a local drug and alcohol rehab. My accreditation is through the Independent Practitioners Network. In 2006 I initiated the Gloucestershire Networking Group for Counsellors and Psychotherapists; a county wide professional resource for practitioners. I hold a certificate in supervision with the Centre for Supervision and Team Development.

In my work as a supervisor I work in depth with the relationship that develops between the therapist and client. Encouraging the supervisee to both be fully available to be related to by the client but also to be able to stand back and witness the unfolding dynamics. I also work with the alive relationship in the room between myself and the therapist; to explore what may be replaying from the client material and to create an honest relating. As a body Psychotherapist I’m interested in supporting therapists to explore bodily experience, both their own and their clients. Working with internal sensation, breath, movement, posture, illness, etc can bring a wealth of therapeutic material and wholeness to the work.

It can feel exposing to share in depth ones work. The supervisory relationship at its best is safe and challenging; where the supervisee can risk talking about their mistakes, fears and doubts. At times it can also be inspiring and nourishing. My aim is to create honest and transparent supervisory relationships so that risks can be taken and deep learning can occur. To be the best therapist we can be, we need to be supported to be authentically ourselves.

info@allisonpriestman.co.uk

07814 891772

www.allisonpriestman.co.uk

Emma Redfern

Emma Redfern

I live and work in Devon and also work with non-local supervisees.

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I am an experienced BACP Senior Accredited counsellor (Integrative training) with experience of working short and long term with adult clients. I have a particular interest in working with clients suffering from trauma and offer EMDR (Eye Movement, Desensitization and Reprocessing), EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique or tapping) and IFS (Internal Family Systems therapy). I also offer less verbal ways of working, for example, sandplay and Developmental Transformations (DvT).

I am a BACP Senior Accredited supervisor of individuals. Supervisees range from counselling students in training to seasoned long-time professionals. I supervise in person, on the phone and via skype. My most thorough supervision training has been in the 7-eyed process model (Hawkins and Shohet Supervision in the Helping Professions) but I have also had some training in creative supervision and integrative relational supervision. BACP has recently accepted an article for publication in Therapy Today entitled ‘Feedback in the supervisory relationship’.

emmalizbeth@hotmail.com

07970 893778

www.emmaredfern.co.uk

Judy Ryde (CSTD Tutor)

Judy Ryde (CSTD Tutor)

I am based in Bath and a psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer who has thirty years experience of supervision.

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My work is mostly with counsellors and psychotherapists, including those who are in training but have also supervised others in the helping professions including social workers, nurses and psychologists.

I have been a trainer with CSTD for many years and was a co-founder of the Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling where I worked as a trainer for 20 years. I was also a co-founder of Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility and have an interest in bringing together the social and the therapeutic. My book, published in 2009, is entitled 'Being White in the Helping Professions: An Intersubjective Approach to Intercultural Working'. I also run a project for psychotherapy and counselling with refugees and asylum seekers.

judy.ryde@cstd.co.uk

Richard Sale

Richard Sale

I work at The Practice Rooms in central Bath, and from home in central Bristol. I offer supervision to trainee and qualified psychotherapists, counsellors, coaches and mentors.

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Supervisees tell me that they look forward to supervision and appreciate the warmth, acceptance, humour and support that characterise our work, and the learning and development that they gain from it. I too love the supervisory experience and find it rewarding both professionally and personally. I am an experienced professional, working as a psychotherapist, counsellor, coach and mentor myself, and teaching at Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling.

richard_sale@me.com

www.thepracticerooms.co.uk

Martin Sawers

Martin Sawers

I have been supervising counsellors in private practice and in Primary Care since 2000, and I am also a supervisor member of Counsellors & Psychotherapists in Primary Care (CPC), and have worked with Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology students on placement.

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Location: Bristol and Berkshire

info@martinsawers.co.uk

www.martinsawers.co.uk

Amy Skezas

Amy Skezas

I work privately by telephone with counselling and supervision clients from around the world, but I am based in California.

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Amy Skezas JD, DD. I've enjoyed taking the CSTD courses Core, Therapeutic, Group, Teams & Organizations, Differences, and Advanced as well as Training the Trainers.

Since 2005 I've worked and played with my colleague Joseph Hiller in the USA to design and deliver a series of trainings in renewal and reflective practice based on the CSTD model, mixed with original awareness/consciousness exercises to increase the fluidity and luminosity of the awareness brought to supervision by the presenter, the facilitator, and the observer(s).  We are co-creating a peer-to-peer supervision network and a culture of supervision for helping professionals from a variety of walks of service (many of whom have not heard of/practiced supervision before).

My educational background includes degrees in international relations and law, ongoing practice and exploration in yoga, meditation, and martial arts, interfaith studies with a particular focus on Native American shamanism, Tibetan Buddhism, and Christianity, and study and practice of a wide variety of bodywork methods.  I teach meditation and bodywork as well as supervision.

When I work with people I focus on helping them:-

  • More clearly access their own inner, intuitive higher guidance
  • Balance their emotions, thoughts, and physical body
  • Access greater joy and flow through their learning
  • Reflect on and appreciate the ways they are powerful and creative

roselight@roselight.com

www.roselight.com

www.gauden.org (Renewal Network)

Jan Slater

Jan Slater

Cotswold practice: Cheltenham and London practice: Harley Street / Devonshire Street. Supervision available: London and Cheltenham. Group and individuals.

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Jan Slater has many years experience as a counsellor and now supervisor, working in variety of different organisations, Relate, Cruse, private residential addiction units, employee assisted programmes.

Cotswold practice: Cheltenham

Counselling from £70 Individuals. £85 Couples
Coaching from £90
Supervision from £55
London practice: Harley Street / Devonshire Street

Counselling from £120 Individual. £175 Couples
Coaching from £150
Supervision from £75
I am an experienced supervisor working with many successful individuals in their own private practices, and therapists working in organisation. I am experienced in clinical/management support in private and public organisations.

I am an experienced counsellor offering a discreet professional service in London Harley Street and the Cotswold spa town of Cheltenham. I am a Bupa approved provider. BACP Accredited, UKRC, AIP registered.

I work with and accept referrals from: Bupa, Cigna, M.O.D, Triage Health Care, Dryoutnow, Police FOA approved counsellor, Official counsellor to Gloucestershire County Association for the Blind, Commercial Ltd, LH International, WSM and Recovery Healthcare

I work with individuals, couples and organisations. Please visit my websites where you will be able to view testimonials and find out more about me and my practice.

Practices in:-

Cotswold practice
Woodmancote
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL52 9UE

London practice
Harley Street
West London
W1G
England

Do not hesitate to contact me to discuss further any aspect of my work.

contact@janslatercounselling.co.uk

01242 678985

07850 277926

www.counsellingingloucestershire.co.uk

www.janslatercounselling.co.uk

Jan Slater

Peter Smith

Location of Practice: I live and work in Glastonbury, Somerset where I provide counselling, psychotherapy, supervision and mindfulness training to individuals, couples and groups. I work with clients face-to-face, over the phone or online.

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My first career was as an artist, teacher and a restorer of medieval stone sculpture in churches and cathedrals which I practised for sixteen years. During that time I became interested in how the creative process and mindfulness both generate a therapeutic state of 'flow' and I started an experimental art therapy group for psychiatric patients at Bristol General Hospital to explore this further.

In 1997 I began practising Buddhist meditation and later I trained in person-centred counselling. In 2016 I was awarded a Post Graduate Certificate in Mindfulness-Based Interventions from Bangor University and in 2018 I gained another PG Certificate in Supervision from the CSTD, Bath.

I work from a perspective that uses a person-centred approach to focus on an individual client's specific issues on the one hand, and on the other hand uses mindfulness to develop awareness of our mental processes including sense perceptions, thoughts, feelings and impulses that combine to make up our common human experience. These two therapeutic approaches, the one focusing on an individual's specific experience and the other focussing on the universal mental processes that account for our humanity, complement each other well and are effective in resolving a wide range of difficult personal issues.

info@petersmithcounselling.com

Penny Stirling

Penny Stirling

I offer homeopathy and supervision for homeopaths and other health professionals, based in Bristol (Bedminster) and Wells. I have been working as a homeopath for 25 years and as a supervisor for 15.

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I have been working as supervision principal at the School of Homeopathy for the last four years and I also supervise qualified homeopaths. I am open to supervising other health professionals. I offer a free initial session to talk about your supervision needs.

homeopathy@pennystirling.plus.com

www.stirlinghomeopathybristol.co.uk

Sarah Stockley

Sarah Stockley

I am a Consultant Teacher and Trainer for an inner City Behaviour Support Team. I live and work in Nottingham.

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Sarah Stockley: BA HONS, PGCE, MA Human Relations, Certificate in Supervision

Prior to establishing my private Supervision Practice in 2010, I supervised professionals in a Multi Disciplinary Team, including Teachers, Social Workers, Mentors and Youth Workers.
I am highly experienced in facilitating a group problem solving process for teachers and multi agency professionals, to support them to meet the needs of children with challenging behaviour.

I have enabled this practice to become more widely available in schools throughout Nottingham and also provide training on this process to professionals within Children’s Services and Educational Psychology students at Nottingham University. I am also a contributor to the book “Circle of Adults: a team approach to problem solving around challenging behaviour and emotional needs” by Colin Newton and Derek Wilson, 2006.
Fundamentally I believe supervision can provide a reflective, restorative and transformative space which can empower the supervisee and enable them to be more attuned to meeting the needs of their clients. I am able to offer supervision to a diverse range of professional contexts, with a particular interest in working with organisations that support children and families.

sarahstockley@talktalk.net

0115 9243017

07964 068856

Chloe Tahta

Chloe Tahta

I offer clinical supervision to psychotherapists, counsellors and trainees within Bradford on Avon, Bath and Bristol. I also supervise interpreters, person centred professionals and volunteers working with refugees or other caring professions.

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Training & Qualifications
I'm a UKCP registered MA HIP psychotherapist in private practice. I also work with the refugee charity Trauma Foundation South West - as a therapist, supervisor and group facilitator. I work with individuals and groups and enjoy the creative and collaborative nature of supervision. I'm a member of the teaching staff at Bath Centre of Psychotherapy and Counselling. Further UKCP accredited training with Group Analysis South West.

chloe0tahta@gmail.com

07796 978944

www.psychotherapyfamilytree.com

Felicity Tutton

Felicity Tutton

I work from my home in Gloucester offering supervision to therapists of both adults and young people. We will explore together what type and frequency of supervision will be most supportive to you based on your level of training and experience.

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Training & Qualifications
I am an experienced, accredited BACP counsellor with a Diploma in Integrative therapeutic counselling (person centred, psychodynamic, CBT).

Additionally, I am studying at the Metanoia Institute, London, for my MSc in Gestalt Psychotherapy. This supports me working at relational depth, with body process and mental health issues including personality adaptations.

I work holistically, also drawing from Sensorimotor psychotherapy, mindfulness and creative approaches. I am particularly passionate about supporting clients bringing issues related to trauma, abuse, attachment issues. I work primarily with adults, although also have much experience in counselling children and young people.

Before retraining as a therapist, I gained a Post Graduate Diploma in Special Educational Needs and worked as an advisory teacher of the visually impaired. I have much experience of working with individuals who have additional needs themselves or where such needs exist within the family, e.g. Asperger's Syndrome.

felicitytutton@googlemail.com

07798 740388

Andrew Vidgen

Andrew Vidgen

Andrew is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist in the Cardiff area with over 15 years experience of working in a range of mental health, voluntary and social services settings.

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Following his undergraduate studies, Andrew completed a MSc in Forensic Psychology and was awarded his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Cardiff in 2001. Andrew completed his supervision training between 2004 and 2008.

Since qualifying in 2001, Andrew has worked in the Cardiff area in forensic services, community mental health, crisis resolution and home treatment and more recently in rehabilitation and recovery services. As such, he has experience of regularly supervising a range of mental health disciplines, including: clinical psychology, psychiatry, social work, mental health nursing and occupational therapy. Andrew also has extensive training experience which he has developed as a Senior Tutor for Adult Mental Health for the South Wales Doctoral Programme in Clinical Psychology, Honorary Lecturer for the MSc in Psychiatry (2004-2008), Senior Tutor for the Association of Psychological Therapies (www.apt.ac/apttutors.html) and delivery of a number of local and national training events.

As well as full time commitments in the NHS as a Consultant Psychologist and Principle Lead for the South Wales Doctoral Programme, Andrew has been in private practice for the last 9 years or so, working with a range of clients with a range of mental health problems.

Andrew is currently undertaking training in Systemic Psychotherapy at the Family Institute, University of Glamorgan.

andrewvidgen@hotmail.com

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