Therapy partners currently have spaces available for Group online supervision for trainees with Claire Barber
Group supervision is often a good way to supplement individual supervision if your case load is high and is generally more cost effective. Group peer supervision is where therapists reflect on each other’s work, and this can be a useful adjunct to your regular one to one supervision.
Claire will be facilitating small group, 90-minute, monthly online sessions with no more than 6 attendees and for consistency and benefit to all trainees a commitment of six months initially would be required .
They will be held online one weekday evening at either 4pm - 5:30pm or 5pm - 6:30pm and look to:
Claire is an Associate professor at City university and has a wealth of experience having also trained at Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, London. Claire is a full member of The Association of Family Therapists and a full clinical member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy.
Claire has worked for many years with people experiencing emotional difficulties, mental illness, and relationship difficulties. She has experience of working with children; adolescents; families; couples; individuals; groups; and adoption/foster families. Within this time Claire has worked with people that have experienced trauma and emotionally focused narratives; loss and bereavement; depression; anxiety; attachment; divorce/separation problems; parenting issues and been involved in organisational consultancy and training. Claire also regularly facilitates group clinical supervision for health and social care professionals across a variety of teams and organisations.