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Clinical Supervision, Workshops & Training

I provide clinical supervision, having completed the IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Training) supervision training. I supervise trainee Clinical Psychologists, Psychologists and other healthcare professionals including counsellors, CBT therapists, mental health nurses and social workers. I also offer workshops and training to schools, clinical and corporate clients.

Clinical Supervision

Clinical Supervision

Supervision is based on the ethical code of conduct according to the Health and Care Professions Council. It ensures that healthcare professionals are providing a suitable and ethically correct level of care as well as a supportive and reflective space for therapists’ individual practice.

Bespoke Workshops

Bespoke Workshops

This includes tailor made workshops for groups or teams in the clinical and corporate environment. Topics include managing stress, resilience and change, chronic pain and managing eating disorders in the workplace, as well as mindful movement workshops such as Moving to Calm or Moving to Heal as outlined in the mindfulness and movement page.

Training Programmes and Teaching Materials

Training Programmes and Teaching Materials

This involves teaching programmes for schools, university courses or specific Psychology or Healthcare training courses. Psychoeducation and training programmes focus on understanding common mental health conditions and methods of intervention. Teaching programmes are also available for various Psychological models including CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), MBCT (mindfulness CBT) and CFT (Compassion Focused Therapy).

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Workshops

The Eating Disorders workshop, for example, involves psychoeducation relating to 'normal healthy eating' and identifying the differences between binge eating, bulimia and anorexia. It helps individuals to understand and identify unhealthy eating and symptoms of an eating disorder. The focus is on recognising triggers using a CBT framework including emotional, physiological or cognitive (thinking) distortions linked to binge eating and purging behaviours. Mindfulness approaches and dietetic advice regarding types of food, frequency of eating and control over blood glucose levels linked to mood form part of this.