Di adopts an integrative and flexible approach to supervision so she can work with both trainee and qualified therapists of many different modalities, across the world.
Clinical supervision is essential to the provision of safe, ethical and competent therapeutic practice.
Di offers supervision to both trainee and qualified counsellors and psychotherapists. She specialises in supervising Relationship and Psychosexual Therapists and is COSRT Registered Supervisor. She adopts an integrative and flexible approach so can work with therapists of many different modalities, focusing on your needs rather than sticking rigidly to one theoretical framework.
Clinical supervision is an integral part of your training, together with formal teaching, research, practice and personal therapy. When working with trainees, Di not only has a responsibility to you and your clients, she is also accountable to your training provider.
Her focus will be on both your personal and professional development, support your learning and ensure your clients receive the best possible care as you grow in competence, creativity, compassion and confidence.
With students, Di adopts the Integrated Development Model of Supervision:
Di will support you every step of the way.
Supervision for qualified therapists
Regular clinical supervision is a requirement for all counsellors and psychotherapists. It’s a valuable way of ‘checking in’ to ensure you remain grounded in your practice and therapeutic process, maintain professional and ethical boundaries, develop your knowledge, both theoretically and practically, as well as considering ‘self care’.
Depending on your skills, knowledge and experience – and what you bring at any given time – Di may be your:
Fees start at £60 for a 50-minute session.
“I genuinely love being a supervisor. People and personal development have always been my passions, and that’s why I especially love working with trainee therapists. Supporting learning and watching students grow in competence and confidence is so rewarding.”
“My desire for every supervision relationship is for it to be collaborative, explorative and nurturing. Two professionals working together to get the best possible outcomes for clients.”
“I learn so much from my supervisees. It’s definitely a two-way process. Exploring blind spots, being open to different ways of thinking, feeling comfortable to challenge, learning from each other – that’s what makes supervision truly beneficial.”