As an experienced clinician Anthea offers an in depth and robust supervision space to think about the client’s work undertaken within organisations and private practice. She provides services to experienced practitioners as well as new trainee therapists to help them embark on a developmental journey.   

As a supervisor Anthea facilitates a thinking space to make sense of clients’ presentations. She helps them to identify blind spots, explore dilemmas, and manage risks. Anthea offers a supportive thinking space to supervisees enabling them to work in more depth with their clients.

She establishes safety with supervisees through maintaining a person-centred approach to supervision. Through the creation of a safe environment, supervisees can bring their experiences knowing that they can explore the relational dynamics and make sense of the work they are undertaking. In using the safe space, supervisees can bring their vulnerabilities and grow through self reflection and learn about themselves as clinicians. 

Anthea uses a range of methods to explore the therapist client relationship using the arts and other forms of creativity. By helping supervisees to tap into their clients unconscious they are able to have additional information about the therapeutic work and to think in more depth about the work undertaken.

Anthea’s current supervision model is integrative which includes the following: Person-centred, Gestalt, Art-based models, Psychodynamic, Analytic, Body psychology, Developmental trauma, Solution-focused, Cognitive behavioural, MBT, Group analytic and Mindfulness theories. She is always adding to her existing tool kit to meet the needs of an ever changing society.

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Anthea combines these theories into her supervision practice, as she believes it gives the supervisee a greater experience and an ability to meet the needs of a wide range of clients. She adheres to the code of ethics of the UKCP which as a qualified and experienced supervisor means that she is responsible for the clinical safety of her supervisee’s clients.

Anthea offers supervision through a range of mediums and contexts. Currently she offers face to face and virtual supervision via zoom in her private practice. She also offers supervision within organisations delivering individual and group supervision.