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Supervision

Clinical supervision is integral to good practice in counselling and psychotherapy. Supervision provides therapists with the opportunity to discuss and reflect on their work with a third party, either individually or in a small group (usually two or three members). It is confidential, and the supervisor is bound by the codes of ethics and practice of their relevant professional body.

Often the focus in supervision will be the thoughts and feelings of the therapist but supervision can include theoretical and/or technical discussion, if required.

Therapists at Hampden House are able to offer clinical supervision to psychotherapists, counsellors and other professionals working in related fields, in private practice, public sector and voluntary sector organisations. Some therapists run supervision groups. Supervision is available in the main therapeutic modalities practised at Hampden House.

Training supervision (for individuals undertaking specialist psychotherapy trainings) is available from a number of Hampden House therapists who are formally recognised by training institutions. Modalities include CAT (Cognitive Analytic Therapy), Psychodynamic/Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.

Please contact individual therapists or the Administrator for details. Click here for contact details.


Link to United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy Link to British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Link to British Psychoanalytic Council

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