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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 own thoughts, feelings, behaviours and approach to your client work. As professionals we continually acquire knowledge and skills and develop our personal, professional and ethical capacity and working with me I hope you  will feel supported in your exploration of both your work and yourself. Supervision with me will offer you the opportunity to stand back and reflect on your work. It will be a collaborative process, that will give you the chance to engage in the search for improved professional self-confidence and improved client relationships.

Bob Froud

Membership Number: 591
BACP (Snr. Accred.) Integrative Clinicial Supervisor,  EMDR (Europe) Clinical Supervisor/Consultant

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.

DeeAnna Merz Nagel

Membership Number: 650
Description of my online supervision service: I offer one-off consultation; ongoing supervision is considered on a case by case basis.
I have been providing clinical supervision since 2001 and online field and clinical supervision since 2006. In the early days, supervision was delivered in a hybrid fashion- both online and in-person individually and in groups via email, chat and telephone. Now I also conduct consultation/supervision/counsellor education via audio/video platforms. I am available for one-off consultations regarding online therapy and supervision. Ongoing supervision will be considered on a case-by-case basis so as to address crossing borders and jurisdictional responsibilities since I am located in the United States. I also teach clinical supervision and online clinical supervision courses, certificates and certifications through Online Therapy Institute.

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.

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 so I understand the particular settings in which psychological therapists work  (having been one myself for more than two decades) as well as the pressures and challenges of this work, particularly in this period of austerity. My own specialism was working on a specialist project for refugees and asylum seekers, which involved a lot of complex trauma work as well as support with rebuilding and restarting life after a major existential change. I relish working cross culturally, and have specialised in thinking about the impact of using interpreters in therapy, or working in second (or third) languages and how this can be supported (or not) by institutions and managers, creating systemic challenges for individual therapists. I am also really interested in how people manage challenges at work, and enjoy supervising individuals working in occupational health settings or for employee assistance programmes (EAPs). I am a relate trained couple counsellor, and have offered couple work face to face for many years, more recently seeking to expand my own therapeutic work with couples online. This is an area of expanding interest for me, and one in which I would be happy to learn together with supervisees seeking to develop practice in this area

Dr Mike Gallant

Membership Number: 464
Cognitive Behavioural, Integrative and Person-Centred Experiential Supervisor

Gabriella Clarke

Membership Number: 421
As your supervisor, I will support you in your development as a therapist and when necessary guide and encourage you. I want to you to feel safe to explore anything that may be troubling you in relation to your work so the supervisory alliance is at the heart of our working arrangement. I can meet with you via video call, instant message, telephone or by email. Email supervision is no less time consuming than the other methods but allows a lot more space for reflection. I use a range of supervision models in my supervisory work so if you have a preference please let me know. In advance of starting supervision, I will need to know the code of ethics you abide by and see a copy of your insurance. If you have any questions please get in touch.

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) 

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.

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).