I have been supervising coaches, consultants and/or psychologists since 1999, having become a chartered psychologist in 1996 and subsequently joining the British Psychological Society register of supervisors and training in supervision with the Bath Consultancy Group and the Centre for Supervision Training and Development.
People I supervise in groups or as individuals report the experience as being developmental as well as thought provoking and directly relevant to their work. They are typically in independent or small business practice, and some work temporarily or permanently as employees. They are usually experienced practitioners seeking some degree of extension and challenge, however I can supervise across a range of levels of experience.
Groups I run are usually closed for a year and meet quarterly, supplemented by individual time according to requirements, which gives useful flexibility according to workload.
I have particular interests, publications and experience in a number of areas that I draw on to supervise, including gestalt, story, complexity, poetry, neuropsychology, the psychology of wisdom and adult lifespan development.
People bring a wide range of practice challenges to supervision, from highly specific client issues to questions of broader context, applied ethics, developmental watersheds and questions about the type of work they want to do. I take a holistic view in service of their commitment to exploring and extending the leading edge of their practice.
Supervisor of coaching
Supervisor of supervisors
Telephone and/or virtual
Certificate in Supervision of Coaches, Mentors and Consultants, Bath Consultancy Group and CSTD (Group Supervision, Supervising Teams & Organisations). Training accredited by the EMCC.
Doctoral study looking at metacognition in relation to adult development.
Also a chartered and registered psychologist (occupational), APECS accredited executive coach and accredited by the ISCP as a coaching psychologist.
I am a member of the Global Supervisors Network
"I get so much out of the group sessions. . . . sometimes I arrive not knowing what to bring but every time there is such a rich take-away. . . I get such a lot from fellow group members too "
"Just really helpful. Julie helps me work with whatever it is in a way that brings all sorts of perspectives and connections. I find myself clearer, with new insights and able to put the learning into practice."
"I like that the group tries out different ways of working and everyone brings something to talk about and learn from"
"My sessions just really help me get perspective back sometimes. . . ways forward"
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