I have worked as clinical supervisor since 1977 and enjoy supervising students and colleagues. During and after my 18 years as a member of The Guild of Psychotherapists Training Committee I supervised many trainee psychoanalytic psychotherapists and counsellors. I designed, set up and ran The Guild of Psychotherapists’ Pluralist Supervision Course for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists.
I am particularly interested in the way cultural inequalities such as those of gender, sexual orientation, race and class are structured into our minds and bodies and how these complex interactions emerge within the therapeutic relationship. This has drawn me to work in a number of pioneering counselling and psychotherapy projects in the public sector.