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I offer integrative supervision to counsellors, psychotherapists and supervisors both experienced practitioners and trainees. I also offer supervision to people in other helping professions.

I am a BACP Senior Accredited Counsellor /Psychotherapist and have over 15 years clinical experience. I have experience of both giving and receiving supervision in a variety of settings.

I have completed my supervisor training and am working towards achieving the status of BACP Senior Accredited Supervisor.

I am very interested in the unique supervisory relationship and its valuable role in the helping professions. My view of supervision is that it is much, much more than a place for case management. It is a space to learn, grow, develop, be supported, make mistakes, experiment, think and wonder. Even Pope Francis goes to confession every 15 days.

My practice is located in Wimbledon near to very good public transport including London Underground and South West Trains rail. The main A3 road is just a few minutes away by car. There is free parking available right outside. If distance is an issue I also supervise by Skype or Facetime.

Latest testimonial

“I had an idea when I started therapy that it was quite an indulgent thing to do, that I should get in and out as quickly as possible. In fact, it became a regular meeting for around two years

A lot of the early sessions were quite emotional, I cried a lot. It helped to have someone to talk to who really listened. I think the greatest progress came after those initial sessions though, once I had let out some of the more raw emotions that I was feeling and built up trust with Allan through doing so. Allan helped me to explore assumptions about myself and other people’s opinions of me that I hadn’t even realised I had been making. Self awareness only takes you so far – having someone reflect back to you, in the safe space created by therapy, what it feels like to talk to you, to build a relationship with you, brought me far more insight that i could have found on my own.

Over time, the process of therapy greatly changed my view of myself and my approach to social situations, and a number of people close to me have commented on how much more at ease with myself I seem.”

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