My training as a Cross Professional Supervisor grounded me in a contemplative, transformational approach which focuses on professionals enhancing their ability to learn from their experiences and return to their workplace changed and enriched from their reflections.

My role is to guide each supervisee to take an expanded view of their work, a ‘super vision’ of their skills, strengths and challenges, and to support them in working through issues that may arise that impact their work practices and well-being, as well as that of their clients.

Supervision is a safe, non-judgemental space where we work reflectively and creatively. It is a collaborative, professional relationship which allows for support and challenge in a constructive way, allowing room for curiosity and other perspectives.

My hope is that our work helps you grow in your professional identity and facilitates learning and growth to bring about real, transformational change in your work, and in your personal and professional development.

Areas in which I have provided supervision include psychotherapy, oncology, nursing, palliative care, charitable organisations, trainee therapists, youth programmes and mental health multidisciplinary teams.

Feel free to get in touch with me if you would like to discuss the possibility of working together in supervision in more detail.

The Examined Life Discussion Groups
These are private, closed groups for those working in the caring fields. These are not supervision groups but rather a space for caring professionals to come and share their own existential struggles with others in the field. Click here for further information

Free 15 Minutes Conversation

The idea of starting therapy may be daunting, so please feel free to avail of the free 15-minute conversation which will give you a chance to talk with me, ask questions and become clearer if therapy seems like the right choice for you.
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