I passionately believe in supervision as an enabling, creative and supportive space where you can explore every aspect of your practice in safety, especially ‘mistakes’ (how else do we learn after all?). I can offer supervision individually or in groups following the basic requirement guidelines of an hour and a half every four weeks or psychoanalytic supervision (once a week for individuals for 50 mins and groups of an hour and a half once a week).

I have found the more intensive model of psychoanalytic supervision in groups particularly effective with frontline clinical disciplines such as psychiatry, drug work, alcohol and substance misuse services and prisons. A definition of and proposals for these intensive learning and development groups is attached below.

I gave a conference on supervision at the Tavistock Clinic in London on the subject of when supervision is wrongful and destructive – the text and conference advert are available on a separate page (publications)