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Find an online supervisor in ACTO's online supervisors directory

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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) 

Dr Kate Thompson

Membership Number: 407
Starting to work online as a therapist can be quite a daunting experience, but specialist supervision relating both to process and technical aspects of this new arena of work can be hugely helpful.  There is something thrilling in expanding your skills as a therapist, even as this can require thinking about so that you proceed with appropriate caution. I have worked as a face to face supervisor for both qualified and trainee psychologists, psychotherapists and counsellors, in both the NHS and voluntary sector settings, as well as offering supervision privately. My background is as a secondary care psychologist in the NHS [...]

Roxana Rudzik-Shaw

Membership Number: 177
Provision of Online Supervision to trainee and qualified counsellors. Roxana is a professional, experienced and compassionate Counsellor/Supervisor specialising in digital therapy. Experience of offering long-term and brief therapy in varied settings with clients across the life-span, both face-to-face and online. Roxana has worked in clinical and educational settings, including the NHS, EAP’s (Employee Assistance Programmes), a multitude of agencies within the voluntary sector, charitable organisations, higher education and further education establishments, and now in private practice. Qualified and experienced in offering face-to-face Clinical Supervision since 2009, Roxana completed further study in the specialist and fast-evolving field of Online Counselling Supervision in 2011. [...]

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.

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. 

Philippa Weitz

Membership Number: 217
Since qualifying as an online supervisor I have been supervising supervisees who are working all over the world, which means that I am thinking all the time about international and jurisdiction issues, which of course are not always easy to be clear about. I provide supervision both to individuals and to groups. If you are looking for an online supervisor I would encourage you to just book one session with me first to see if you like the way I work.

Vesna Mandic-Bozic

Membership Number: 326
• Supervision is understood as a reflective and evaluative process conducted within a contracted working relationship between a qualified or trainee counsellor and an appropriately qualified and knowledgeable supervisor. • Supervision provides an opportunity for you to grow and develop as a therapist and to reflect and discuss clinical issues that have arisen in your clinical work. • If you have access to the members’ area of the BACP website, then you may wish to check the BACP article: how to choose a supervisor – as it may help you to identify things to consider when choosing a supervisor.

Myira Khan

Membership Number: 239
Online supervision via email, video, instant messaging or telephone.

Olivia Djouadi

Membership Number: 275
I can work with you either monthly or bimonthly as an online supervisor. I use a combination of Hawkins/Shohet model and a creative model. I am open to working with other models as I am familiar with a number.

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.

Jo Ounstead

Membership Number: 299
I am a qualified Online Supervisor and take an integrative approach to supervision.  My practice is underpinned in the Person Centred Approach and I specialise in Psychosexual Therapy.  I supervise counsellors who work online and F2F with individual adults and couples.  I offer support on professional issues (the 'norms' of our profession, ethical and legal issues), education and professional experience, and a reflective approach on the effects of the counselling work on my supervisees (eg. personal issues, workload, time management, stress).

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.