CBT Leeds

CBT Supervision

One of the things I particularly enjoyed about my work at the NHS was providing clinical supervision. Over the years, I have worked with a variety of professionals including CBT therapists, CBT trainees, Clinical Psychologists and University Mental Health staff etc. 


In my current role, I continue providing support to therapists in the private sector as well as to NHS IAPT services across the country. I offer one-to-one and group supervision. 

 My aim is to provide the following for supervisees:

  • Opportunities to discuss formulation, treatment plans and progress for individual clients.
  • A chance to develop particular CBT skills. This might include working using standard CBT protocols or working trans-diagnostically where appropriate.
  • Opportunities to increase knowledge. I have a large collection of electronic protocols, scholarly articles and other resources which I am happy to share.
  • Support for the supervisee in their clinical work, facilitation of reflective practice and encouragement of professional development.
  • Opportunity to reflect on client therapeutic relationships and how this can inform the formulation
  • Opportunity to address therapist cognitions and how they affect their own practice
  • A safe and confidential place to discuss any concerns about particular clients. As a former Clinical Lead in the NHS, I am experienced in clinical governance and can give advice about risk assessment, access to alternative services and ethical practice.
  • On request, complete sessions can be CTS-R rated and written feedback can be provided.