Jochen Encke

Over 40 years in the field have changed me a lot and I increasingly feel less inclined to describe what I do as “psychotherapy”. What I offer is a space in which together we can explore who we are when not boxed in by our stories and emotions. Contact Jochen using the form below:        

Ben Fuchs

Ben Fuchs is an organisational development consultant. His work is mainly focused on leadership development and culture change in the NHS. He is on the faculty of the Centre for Supervision and Team Development, with an interest in supervision in teams and organisations. Contact Ben using the form below:

Charlotte Sills

Charlotte Sills is a psychotherapist, supervisor, trainer, consultant and a member of faculty at Metanoia Institute and at Ashridge Business School, UK.  She is the author or co-author of a number of publications on counselling, psychotherapy, coaching and supervision including Skills in Gestalt (Joyce & Sills, 2014; Sage) An Introduction to Transactional Analysis (Lapworth & Sills 2011; Sage) Transactional Analysis – a Relational Perspective (Hargaden and Sills 2002; Routledge), and  Coaching Relationships (Sills & de Haan 2012; Libri Press). As a supervisor she is inspired by the words of the late Richard… Read More

Dr. David Owen

David works half time as a holistic family doctor and half time split between being a facilitator, coach, medical educator and small team and organisational consultant. He is also a responsible officer, appraiser of other responsible officers, supervisor and trainer of supervisors including GP trainers. Until recently he worked a day a week at the medical school in Southampton where he was lead on student personal professional development. David is a member of the Wessex deanery tutor group training GP trainers and providing clinical and educational supervision training. He offers both individual… Read More

Jim Holloway

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. It’s kept me very busy. I ran ‘Moving Through Midlife’ groups for men for many years. Qualified as a supervisor in 2009. From 2012-18 I was a partner in Cambridge Supervision Training (am now an Associate) and currently do a lot of supervision with a wonderful diversity of practitioners. I co-wrote ‘Practical Supervision’ (JKP 2014) with… Read More

Glenn Nicholls

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. I currently lead a multi-modality supervision training in Central London and have done so since 2011. Participants include various mental health workers, therapists, social workers, coaches and other change facilitators. My main interest is in the various personal shifts required in becoming a supervisor. I initially trained as an integrative psychotherapist at the Whittington Hospital NHS Trust in London, however more recently… Read More

Steve Page

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. In the mid 90’s he became Head of the Counselling Service at the University of Hull and later moved into senior management roles in student support, first at Hull and then as Director of Student Support at the University of York until 2013. His therapeutic orientation has its roots in humanistic and psychodynamic traditions. Steve sculpts… Read More

Joan Wilmot

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). Her particular interest is in working with systems and complexity, using organisational and family constellations work.  She has been running supervision trainings and working with individuals, couples and teams for over forty years. Her passion is enabling people to find the work they love and to love the work they do. Joan is a contributor to ‘Supervision in… Read More