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Find an online supervisor in ACTO's online supervisors directory

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Sarah Ward, BA (Hons), MBACP

Membership Number: 572
Description of my online supervision service: I believe the I believe that the relationship between supervisor and supervisee is the most important factor, helping you to explore and understand your work and the impact it may have on you
Person Centred Supervisor.  I believe that the relationship between supervisor and supervisee is of paramount importance,  with mutual respect for each other's work.   I will always begin by asking of your own wellbeing and anything that may affect your fitness to practice but after that I am happy to be led by what you bring to the session.

Ruth McIlroy MBACP(Snr Accred Sup Individuals)

Membership Number: 543
Description of my online supervision service: I work from the UK with UK and European counsellors; Tuesdays to Thursdays.
With apologies, I am currently (May 2020) unable to take on new supervisees . I’m a BACP Senior Accredited Supervisor in Sheffield UK, with many years NHS and private practice experience, and 4 years online supervision experience. I offer supervision for qualified person-centred and humanistic counsellors/therapists, and for practitioners in other helping professions. I would hope to encourage you to explore work with clients without feeling defensive or judged. You may also wish to be open to a fresh perspective on your practice, and may appreciate appropriate challenge in the spirit of mutual interest in developing your learning [...]

Amanda Webbon

Membership Number: 530
As a BACP senior accredited supervisor, I am very experienced and offer an Integrative approach to supervision, both face-to-face or online. I welcome counsellors, psychotherapists, coaches and health professionals to consider my services, whether you are experienced or currently under training. My philosophy is underpinned by the Person-Centred Approach and I believe that as individuals in the helping professions we are constantly changing and so are our expectations. Supervision offers time to reflect and discuss your client work, enabling you to improve your practice and help clients to reach their desired outcomes.. It also enables you to reflect on your [...]

Louise Tully

Membership Number: 458
I offer online supervision via secure email, video or instant messenger via VSee. 

Renee McDonald

Membership Number: 454
Description of my online supervision service: Providing process-driven, and largely person-centred clinical supervision for counsellors, psychotherapists and practitioners for the past few years, I run regular monthly supervision groups for groups of practitioners. In addition, I run individual online supervision sessions too.
I provide online supervision services in Australia to Australian counsellors & psychotherapists. I have published research in online supervision and have spoken at a conference specific to online supervision. 

Lorraine Cookson

Membership Number: 435
I have worked for over a year with online supervisees and find this way of working really ideal for supervision as you can find a supervisor that fits your needs even if the location isn't otherwise ideal.

Patricia Morris

Membership Number: 432
Contact information :- Protonmail : patriciamorris@pm.me Website : www.patriciamorriscounselling.com 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 26 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 [...]

Dr Karen Williams

Membership Number: 412
Hello, I’m Karen. I offer a safe and respectful space where you can reflect on your practice in a flexible way that meets your personal and professional needs. I tailor supervision to your particular needs and we can reflect together on what underpins your practice dilemmas and decisions. I always approach your supervision agenda with respect and compassion for what is important to you to bring to the sessions. I offer supervision via video, phone, and instant messaging to qualified therapists, counsellors and psychologists who are working with clients aged 18 and over.

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.

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 [...]

Dalila Bellometti

Membership Number: 339
My online supervision service is based on a good and safe supervisory relationship. To me, this is the core condition of an effective and restorative online supervision. I would offer an open space where you freely take what you need from an online supervision.

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.