I am a systemic psychotherapist with 30 years’ comprehensive experience of supporting children, young people, their families and significant carers across NHS, Social Care and Independent settings.
I have over 25 years’ experience as a supervisor both in my social work role, working as a senior social practitioner and as a systemic psychotherapist supervisor. I have been an Association for Family Therapy (AFT) accredited supervisor in systemic supervision since 2005 and have offered clinical supervision to many individuals and Family therapy teams, including live supervision.
I am experienced in offering group supervision to specialist teams such as the Children Eating Disorder Team and the Child In Care team in Surrey and Borders partnership and I supervised the family therapy team in PACE (an organisation in London specialising in psychological treatments with the LGBTQ population) for 3 years.
I taught Family Therapy at the Tavistock Centre for over 15 years and has supported many students in their training. I find it both a pleasure and a privilege to watch students grow and thrive in the mental health field.
I deeply enjoy the supervision process and feel that the relationship built between the supervisor and supervisee is at the heart of learning.
To find out more about my education, qualifications, CPD and professional registration see here.