Supervision provides professionals the opportunity to reflect on themselves, their clients, and their practice. Its purpose is to encourage and support personal and professional growth and understanding through reflective practice. 

My Approach

During my supervision sessions, you’ll have the time and space to reflect on your work, address current challenges, and improve your collaborative approach with support. You’ll gain new perspectives and ideas, and have the chance to develop personally in a creative, supportive, and nonjudgmental environment.

 I aim to ask questions in order to promote self-supervision outside of sessions, enabling you to grow in your careers and become the best professional you can be.

My Background

I am a PTUK accredited Play and Creative Arts Therapist, Certified Creative Arts Therapist for Children and Young People and Trainee Supervisor. 

I have a wide range of experiences before and after qualification that may benefit you professionally and personally. I have worked in various roles in schools for over 10 years, alongside charities, DV Centres, Social Services, and private practice. 

In addition to my experiences, I have a BA Honors Degree in Early Years Education and have training in Therapeutic Life Story WorkDIR FloortimeParent Child Attachment Play (PACP) and NVR-informed (Non-violent resistance parenting).

I am open to working with both trainee and qualified therapists as well as other professionals.


Supervision sessions are held in person at my private practice in Dunstable. Sessions typically last 60-120 minutes and can be scheduled weekly or monthly. Discounted rates are available for trainee’s.