Clinical Supervision for CBT Therapists:

1:1 Supervision:

I enjoy supervising and offer 1:1 to CBT Therapists.

I aim to manage supervision sessions in an efficient, helpful and well-focused style that models the collaborative nature of CBT & adheres to best practice. I seek to embody my values of honesty, curiosity, compassion, and assertiveness in my work.

To be an effective therapist, it's essential to practice CBT "from the inside out" & reflectively use the practices & interventions on ourselves. I aim to provide a supportive supervision environment where you can work with your own thoughts, feelings & beliefs without fear of judgement.

I have a burgeoning interest in 'transformational chairwork' and how this can be used in supervision to allow therapists to speak freely, while also allowing them to put down the role of being a "therapist" for a few moments.

My experience includes using 'third wave' psychological therapies such as mindfulness, ACT & CFT to enhance traditional CBT where deemed appropriate. I am finding 'chairwork' to be especially powerful with clients for helping facilitate not just a cognitive, but emotional shift. I trained as an MBCT teacher at the Nottingham Centre for Mindfulness and have a daily mindfulness practice, attending silent retreats throughout the year.

Fees are £85 per 60 minute session and include follow up resources and materials as appropriate.

I am particularly inspired by the work of Russell Kolts; Roz Shafran; and Dr Kristin Neff.




As Chair of the BABCP Women's Equality and Gender Diversity SIG, I am active within the BABCP, passionate about making a positive difference (especially in relation to matters of EDI), and I am fully conversant with BABCP supervision & accreditation requirements.

My leadership role on this Committee also means that I remain at the cutting edge of new CBT theory & skills development by regularly attending CPD events and conference.


Feedback received from practitioners I have supervised:


"Beverley has been an excellent supervisor. She always modelled good CBT practice within her supervision sessions by ensuring an agreed agenda, taking a colloborative approach with us as supervisees. Created a very safe & stimulating group supervision environment where all supervisees felt comfortable to share without fear of judgement"


"Knowledgeable and empathetic, helpful, compassionate and realistic".



"The supervision was set up in a very collaborative way. Everyone felt able and encouraged to contribute. Beverley is very supportive & encouraging but also constructively critical. [She] is very well read in CBT & always has a strong rationale for any clinical suggestions that she makes. She creates a very warm and open environment".

Interested in finding out more?

Contact me without obligation to discuss your requirements and see if we are likely to be a good fit for working together.