As a TA Psychotherapist and Supervisor working in central Edinburgh I am currently taking on new supervisees for both individual and group supervision starting in October 2016. This could be for a particular problem you are experiencing in your practice, for general supervision, or for those students who are starting out in private practice or on placement.
Individual supervision – I am available for individual supervision on a Tuesday afternoon and evening. Individual supervision sessions will be held monthly and last for one hour. The fee will be £45 per session.
Group supervision – I am available for group supervision on a Friday morning and afternoon. The group will meet on a monthly basis for three hour sessions. The maximum size of the group will be three, with each practitioner receiving one hour of direct supervision from myself. The fee will be £45 each per session.
Supervision sessions will take place at 93 George Street, Edinburgh.
Please get in touch if you are interested in attending, or if you would like further information.
Further details can also be found in the Supervision page of my website »
During my career I have gained a considerable amount of knowledge & experience of working with clients who self harm. I will be running a CPD workshop next July to explore the issue of self harm in psychotherapy and warmly invite anyone who is interested to attend.
If this is an area you would like to understand in greater depth please visit the website and register.
Physis Training Event Details »
I have recently started a course in Counselling Supervision through Physis Training, and as part of this course I need some supervision hours. I am therefore offering FREE individual supervision to students in counselling/psychotherapy training, and qualified counsellors/psychotherapists.
This could be for a particular problem you are experiencing in your practice, for general supervision, or for those students who are starting out in private practice or on placement.
I am available on a Tuesday afternoon & Tuesday evening. Supervision sessions will take place at 93 George Street, Edinburgh.
Please get in touch if you would like extra supervision.
I’ve added some photos of Regus to my website, please take a look and see what you think of my new venue and therapy room!
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From this weekend (1st November) my availability will be changing. My new working hours are as follows:
Monday 11:00am – 8.30pm
Tuesday 2:00pm – 9:00pm
Wednesday 10:00am – 9:00pm
Thursday 10.30am – 8:00pm
(Closed Friday, Saturday & Sunday)
I’m very pleased to announce that from the 1st of November I will be practicing from a new location in Edinburgh City Centre:
Regus, Forsyth House
93 George Street
Given the difficulties faced by employers in the current economic climate, maintaining a happy and healthy work force can present significant challenges. This is a pressing issue because it is only with the help of productive employees that an organisation can reach its full potential.
With this in mind, my new Business Consultancy page outlines some of the different kinds of support I can provide, and the potential benefits for your workers and your organisation as a whole.
Visit the page for more details
The STAA are hosting their Autumn Event on the 31st October. It is going to be an Unconference & the theme is “How do I live & work as a therapist”. Intrigued? Why not come along & enjoy an exciting, thought provoking & stimulating day?
I came across the following post on Facebook entitled “Coping Toolbox”.
A coping toolbox is basically a collection of your favourite things that you can access when you are feeling stressed, anxious or upset. I often refer to it as a “wellbeing toolbox” in my work with clients.
I’m wondering what sort of things help you to feel better, calm or more grounded when you’re feeling stressed, anxious or de-stabilised? What things might you think of putting in or adding to your “toolbox”?
With New Year round the corner many of us may be thinking of making a resolution. The cultural significance we attach to New Year can be helpful in giving us a psychological boost – some extra impetus to stick to a diet, cut down on cigarettes or cycle to work for example.
It’s good to make the most of an opportunity that only comes round once in a while, but it’s also important that we don’t let it become an emotional burden. Like everything in life, we can get much more benefit if we take our individual circumstances and needs into account and set realistic goals for ourselves.