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Lola Marquez

Membership Number: 408
I am a qualified supervisor and I have worked for over 18 years as a clinical supervisor in different settings. I have worked with individuals and small groups of therapists and trainees meeting on a regular basis in London. I also have worked offering online supervision to therapists and trainees who may request online supervision for their face-to-face practice and/or online work. I work in English and Spanish.

Liane Collins

Membership Number: 166
I work according to the needs of my supervisee. My specialities are autistic related issues, adhd, pregnancy and birth related issues.

Jan Stiff

Membership Number: 211
Hello - I work with supervisees in a relational way acknowledging a trusting relationship between myself and the supervisee is key to successful supervision -My specialism is in childhood bereavement and supervising online CYP counsellors within organisations. For further information about my online and supervisory work visit my blog https://ripplesonline.blogspot.co.uk/ (I aim to be flexible with times I offer -During the week, early evenings and in some instances, during the weekends) 

Pat Spink

Membership Number: 311
Supervision of counselling, coaching or coaching and counselling combined. May also include personal and/or business coaching and development. I supervise client work undertaken via video (including video supervision of f2f work), phone/VoIP, live chat and email. 1:1 supervision can be via video, phone/VoIP, live chat and email - or a blend of these. With groups it's usually via video although occasional opportunity can be provided, with the agreement of other group members, to use other media. I have a new online supervision group starting early 2019 for which spaces are still available: 2nd Monday monthly,15.00-16.30 UK time Starts Monday 14th January 2019, £30 per session. 

Maryam Best

Membership Number: 144
I aim to support you via confidential email exchanges, as you reflect on yourself and your circumstances. Where appropriate, together we can find a way forward that you consider to be helpful, rewarding and lasting. The process of reflection and exploration normally awakens or heightens emotions. Our work together can help make sense of any triggered emotions and thoughts; it can also support you to safely make appropriate changes, as and when you choose to do so. It would be impossible to do this work without your trust, motivation and cooperation and anything you disclose is treated respectfully and confidentially. CONFIDENTIALITY (YOUR [...]

Lalage Harries

Membership Number: 272
I offer individual and group clinical supervision via synchronous live video and chat and asynchronously via encrypted email. I am an Integratively trained therapist and supervisor. I work with therapists across a range of modalities and have experience supporting a wide range of client work. I have particular interest in supervising therapeutic work with: • Adolescents and young adults • Online therapy • Bereavement • Trauma, abuse and client groups with ongoing risk factors • Clients presenting with challenging behaviour • International and culturally complex work, including work with refugees and unaccompanied]asylum seeking young people As well as all general private practice work. 

Simon Hawkins

Membership Number: 282
My Supervision Practice is an Integration of several different models; which include Hawkins & Shohet’s' 7 eyed model, Page & Woskets' Cyclical model, Inskipp and Proctors' functional model as well as Carrols' 7 generic tasks of supervision. I describe myself as a collaborative relational supervisor, and believe we will get the best outcomes when we work together. I work face to face, online, facilitate group supervision and offer supervision within organisations. As an Integrative therapist myself, I am comfortable working with supervisees' from a wide range of theoretical backgrounds. As well as specific training in Counselling & Psychotherapy Supervision, I have also received [...]

Patricia Morris

Membership Number: 432
I offer individual and group supervision services to qualified and trainee counsellors and psychotherapists, within flexible hours. I have enjoyed supervising trainee and qualified counsellors and psychotherapists for 25 years. BACP accreditation as a counselling supervisor in 2002 was followed by senior accreditation as a supervisor in 2007. I completed the OCST Diploma in Online Supervision with distinction. I have been influenced by the Hawkins and Shohet integrative process model "Seven Eyed model of Supervision" Key elements of my practice are : * Fostering a safe reflective environment within which development can take place. Trainees and qualified therapists will arrive at different stages of [...]

Sarah Worley-James

Membership Number: 175
I believe that it is vital to be supervised in the medium through which you are working, so that I, as your supervisor, can get a real sense of how you work and communicate in that medium. From my own experiences I value the importance of creating a supportive space that is challenging, in a way that encourages you to consider your practice from different perspectives, explore new ways of working, and develop your practice confidently. Flexibility and openness are key aspects of my supervision style; for example, if you are predominantly working via email, we will use that medium [...]

Carole Francis-Smith

Membership Number: 185
I see supervision as a mirror in a mirror, providing a safety net for client and therapist. I look to tailor supervision to a therapists varied needs. Working online can bring up different types of dilemmas through distance, technology and not always working in real time - I aim to support therapists in these sometimes tricky to negotiate areas.

Jane Evans

The online supervision training I provide via OCST adds to the variation in supervision models which I am familiar with and which I support students in adapting to an online medium.