I have over 5 years of experience in providing creative and supportive clinical supervision to therapists working creatively with a range of client groups. This experience has primarily been providing supervision to qualified and trainee art psychotherapists, but also to other people working therapeutically and creatively such as counsellors, creative writers and dance movement psychotherapists.
I am available for individual supervision, in addition to one-off consultations for any therapist or supervisor wishing to discuss specific issues I may specialise in (such as LGBT identities), where their usual routes of support may not feel adequate.
I can also offer supervision sessions over Skype.
Whilst I have undertaken supervision training with both BAAT (British Association Art Therapists) and have received the COSCA (Counselling and Psychotherapy in Scotland) counselling supervision skills certificate, counsellors wishing to organise regular supervision may want to consider the requirements of their training bodies, or employer to ensure this would be the right supervisory relationship. If your employer funds your supervision, it is possible for me to invoice them.
I am also available to provide tailored training to therapists or organisations relating to issues about best practice to support LGBT people with their mental health and wellbeing. This is a topic I have lectured masters level creative art psychotherapy students on for some years.