Working clinically is incredibly rewarding and yet it is also demanding. It is vital that as a clinician you have adequate support, thinking space, and a safe and confident network to learn from. Thinking session material through and sharing the load is crucial in maintaining best practice. We all need allies in this work, to uphold standards and to push our own thinking so that we can bring the best version of us into our clinic rooms. This emphasis on supervision can allow the clinician to remain professional, thoughtful and also address personal challenges that inevitably emerge in the therapy room with patients that we see.
Dr Chancy Marsh specialises in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Tree of Life approaches and works with this relational lens to her clinical supervision. Providing a supervisory relationship in which to understand what happens in the space between you and your patients can be invaluable. Dr Chancy Marsh has supervised across teams in the NHS and third sector and now supervises Clinical and Counselling psychologists, as well as highly skilled counsellors and psychodynamic psychotherapists in the private sector.
Clinical Supervision £100.00 for 50mins
Dr Lee Joseph is a Principal Psychologist working within the NHS (and private practice) often managing, supervising and training other clinical staff and teams. Dr Lee Joseph believes that the right clinical supervisory relationship is crucial to support you with the challenges that will undoubtedly emerge through therapeutic work. Supervision invites clinicians into a supportive relationship so that they can develop personally and professionally whilst managing risk and best practice. Dr Lee Joseph has particular interests and specialisms in psychodynamic psychotherapy, schema and DBT approaches, and he often works in an integrative way across models according to clinical need, offering a blend of skills-based work as well as in depth thinking.
It is this combination of practical skills, reflective thinking and upholding professional standards that allow supervisees to flourish in their practice.
Having trained and worked for many years in private practice in South Africa, Dr Lee Joseph brings a cultural sensitivity to his thinking that complements his NHS and private work here in the UK.
Clinical Supervision £85.00 for 50mins
Starting out in private practice and unsure how to go about it? Feeling your business has stagnated a little or lacks direction or a robustness that you would like? Contact us at The Sycamore Private Practice to discuss what support you need, in order to support others successively.
We regularly host subject specific workshops depending on training need. Topics covered so far include: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Trauma, emotionally unstable personality disorders, eating disorders. Organisations have also designed their own package of training for staff that included Sleep hygiene, boundaries, working with loss and bereavement and keeping emotionally healthy.
The Tree of Life enables people to speak about their lives in ways that are not retraumatising, but instead strengthens their relationships with their own history, their culture, and significant people in their lives. Dr Chancy Marsh is an advanced Tree of Life practitioner and works with children, teens, adults and older adults. This way of working is suitable for individuals, couples, teams and families.
Whether there is a new team working together, new staff recruited or perhaps a change of management or work culture. Away days have been designed to fit organisational need, enhance staff wellbeing and to promote cohesiveness between employees.
Research has shown us that the happier our staff teams are, the more productive they are within the workplace. There are also reduced absences and better work relationships. Taking staff and their wellbeing seriously is an important investment that good leadership can prioritise
Reflective practice sessions are embedded in clinical training, yet once qualified this can no longer be offered and a gap of learning from others and thinking reflectively about the work we do is lost. These sessions can be organised for individuals with specific developmental goals or teams.
Please do get in touch and feel free to discuss any of the options above.