I offer supervision of individual and group work for arts therapists, and those who would like to explore their clinical work in a creative medium. I work within a psychodynamic framework, with a particular interest in Jungian Psychology.
I offer supervision to those working in the adult learning disability field, including older adults and those with dual diagnosis, and to those working in adult mental health. I also have experience of working with children and families across a range of settings including special needs schools and in the family home.
I have experience of supervising music therapists from a variety of countries; and an ongoing interest in cross cultural perspectives of relating in the therapeutic encounter.
I welcome enquires from both newly qualified therapists, and those with more experience looking for a psychodynamic approach to supervision.
Sessions typically last for 1 hour.
I offer consultation in the setting up of short and longer term projects, both in this country and abroad. I have experience of setting up music therapy projects in The UK, India and Nepal – across a range of charities and Non-Governmental Organisation’s .
I also offer consultation to teams looking to strengthen and explore their ways of working together. This can be through the use of a creative process, the use of social dreaming matrixes, or through staff reflection groups.