Open Ended Conversations: the nature of ISN by Monica Suswin Supervision is a very particular type of conversation In Love with Supervision: Creating Transformative Conversations (Robin & Joan Shohet, 2020. p.4) The Nature of Conversation An open approach to conversation means we may express our ideas free of perceived constraints of correct ways of thinking. We aim to listen with care to others and voice our responses and challenges too. Within the remit of supervision, the scope of conversation offers the opportunity for an open and welcoming approach to explore the thoughts… Read More
I am a CSTD-trained supervisor offering holistic and integrative supervision to experienced and trainee counsellors / psychotherapists working with individuals, couples and families.
I am a BACP senior accredited counsellor, psychotherapist, supervisor, trainer and consultant and work in private practice in Leicester and online.
I offer counselling, psychotherapy, clinical supervision, consultancy and training to individuals and businesses.
My main work is in Voice Movement therapy (VMT), an arts therapy that employs the embodied voice as the main modality. My practice is named “ESSENTIAL VOICE”, which caters for one- to- one sessions as well as Workshops and short courses.
is a writing practitioner in the field of Writing for Wellbeing with a background in humanistic psychotherapy.
I started counselling in 1995 as a volunteer with young people. In 2004 I completed the Adlerian (Individual Psychology) Diploma and set up an independent practice offering generic counselling for adults and specialising in anger management.
I’ve been a psychotherapist since 1998 and have a private practice at home in Cambridge and in London. I’m also a supervisor, trainer, executive coach, organisation development consultant and writer.
Steve Page is a coach, counsellor, supervisor, working in private practice in North Yorkshire. He started his career working in therapeutic communities. He moved into private practice; counselling, supervising, facilitating on IDHP courses and teaching supervision.
Joan is a supervisor, psychotherapist and trainer and after a formative seven years as a residential social worker at Richmond Fellowship therapeutic community in 1979, she co-founded CSTD (Centre for Supervision and Team Development).