This page is for therapists & therapists in training
What Is Supervision?
and who's a supervisor?
Clinical supervision is extremely important in the Counselling, Hypnotherapy, Coaching and Psychotherapy professions, for both beginners and advanced practitioners.
Supervision is a professional arrangement for therapists to discuss their work frequently with someone who is experienced in both therapy and supervision. Client identifying details are not shared in supervision – to uphold the clients rights for confidentiality. The aim of supervision is for the supervisor and therapist to work together to ensure and develop the efficacy, security, and ethics of the therapist/client relationship among other leading factors. Click here to meet our 'in house' Supervisor
Therapy For Therapists
Who's heard of such a thing?!
Well, we have.
It's essential for so many practitioners to keep on top of their own mental health and wellbeing. We care for the carers here too. If you're a therapist and wish to work with someone in therapy, we're here for you. Get in touch. email@example.com
Looking To Become A Therapist?
Where do I start?
The great thing about learning to become a therapist, is that you can start at any age (from 18 onwards). Many people study therapeutic interventions later in life after or maybe during some much needed soul searching.
Our therapist career mentor Joanna Stokoe can help you with those much needed answers to the questions about the seemingly complicated therapy regulations and training, to help guide you through with ease.
Becoming a therapist (depending on what modalities you choose to work with) could take as little as 1 year or as many as 6 years - this is dependant on the level in which you wish to work, the modalities you plan to train in and what registered bodies you wish to apply for.
Get in touch and we'll help you on your way to understanding what therapist you want to become, and we'll help you look at your options, clearly.
I Need A Place To Practice
or start up my therapy business.
We would like to be able to help everyone, but there are only so many clients our practitioners can take on - We need your help!
Whether you're starting up or an experienced practitioner, here at Private Therapy London we want to expand and give new opportunities to therapists (and their future clients).
Following a successful interview, we could provide a space for you to work with your clients, while keeping your monthly outgoings low - so that you're focused on the client.
Get in touch with us, and we'll see how we can help firstname.lastname@example.org