For the Diploma and Certificate programme supervision sessions please see the specific list of Supervisors on Supervision when making your choice of Supervisor.
These Supervisors below are listed because they all have 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.Read more
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.
I am a psychotherapist and supervisor and have been practising in and around Bristol for 15 years. As well as offering counselling and psychotherapy to individuals, I specialise in working with couples and families.Read more
As a supervisor, I bring a mix of support, nurture, direction and challenge. I am committed to helping supervisees develop their own expertise and grow in confidence. At the same time, I hope to share my own experience, skills and knowledge, so that supervisees can build on these in their own practice.
I offer specialist supervision to therapists working with couples, in particular to those whose core training is in individual therapy. Therapists who are new to the role can often underestimate the challenges and complexities of this work. You may find yourself struggling to work with the relationship rather than with the individual partners. Or you may notice that your couple sessions never seem to reach the depths of your individual sessions. With many thousands of hours of experience, I can help you make sense of the dynamics and projections, link theory and practice, and increase your capacity to work with more than one client in the room.