1:1 coaching

Clinical supervision

Consultancy & Training

 

1:1 coaching

Are you wanting to find practical and effective ways to be more creative and effective, for example in your work?


During ACT-based coaching sessions we will explore and understand your current situation and your hopes, and together develop a road-map with possible ways forward. 


My approach is compassionate, collaborative and challenging, focused on helping you feel more empowered to take bold steps towards the things that matter to you. Together, we will agree whether it would be useful to meet for a series of sessions. I also offer 'top up' or refresher sessions  for previous coaching clients - a little bit like a wellbeing MOT.

I can offer coaching via Skype or outside - a walk in nature somewhere convenient to you.

 

Clinical supervision

Clinical supervision is an integral part of supporting practitioners to provide safe and effective services. Following attendance at ACT training workshops, regular supervision can also provides a space to take your ACT skills and confidence to the next level. 


My approach to supervision nourishes reflection, openness, safety, and creativity, keeping the premise of values and 'workability' at the core of what we do. In other words, I use a supportive and skills-bases approach to help supervisees, and the clients they work with, to get unstuck and lead fulfilling lives.


I offer both face-to-face and skype supervision.

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Training & Consultancy

Adjustment to health | Acceptance and Commitment Therapy | Surgical decision-making | Work-placed resilience

I can provide training on a range of issues (e.g. adjustment after traumatic illness and injury; supporting patients with pre-surgical decision-making) and approaches (including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy).

I have extensive experience offering specialist psychological consultations for those seeking surgical treatments, such as risk-reducing, reconstructive, or cosmetic surgery, and have co-written national guidance for the British Psychological Society on the role of psychologists within this field. 

I also work with fabulous colleagues at www.actforwellbeing.co.uk to offer bespoke training in the workplace to help employees and organisations manage stress, build resilience and increase effectiveness. 

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