Supervision & Therapy
Amanda Redstone and Hugh Fox both offer private therapy and supervision.
This can be face to face, via Skype or over the phone, by agreement.
Amanda is based in North London and Hugh in Matlock, Derbyshire.
Amanda facilitates a supervision group in London and Hugh facilitates one in Manchester.
Narrative Supervision Group
Contact Hugh direct at firstname.lastname@example.org
This group is led by Hugh Fox and runs on Thursday afternoons monthly 1.45 pm to 4.45 pm.
This group is aimed at practitioners who are using narrative ideas in their work and are looking for a context to support their practice. ‘The group is open to people who have completed Level 1 training in Narrative Therapy and who are applying narrative ideas in their work. Numbers will be limited.
As well as providing group supervision of clinical (or other) work, there is a focus on understanding the maps of narrative practice, a reading programme, and opportunities and other exercises to help develop understanding and skills.
We routinely audiotape the process of group supervision, which involves outsider witness responses. The audiotapes of these discussions have often been taken back to the people whose lives we have been discussing. These tapes serve to more richly describe the preferred stories of their lives and also act to connect the stories of their lives with those of the group members. The tapes have frequently become an important resource for them. For further details and more information about the group, contact Hugh at email@example.com
Membership of the supervision group is initially for 12 months.
Online Supervision Group
Price for the online group supervision is £450 plus vat – self funders receive 20% discount
Following its successful inauguration last year this online group will again be facilitated by Mariangels Ferrer-Duch. It will run on the Thursdays from 12-2.30pm from September 2020 to July 2021. The dates for the autumn are:
The group is open to people who have completed Level 1 training and above in Narrative Therapy and who are applying narrative ideas in their work. Numbers will be limited. As well as providing group supervision of clinical (or other) work with outsider witness practice, there is a reading programme, and there may be other exercises to help develop understanding and skills.
For further details and more information about the group, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Mariangels writes: I am a member of the Teaching Faculty of INT. I have completed the Master of Narrative Therapy and Community Work (Dulwich Centre/University of Melbourne), and I am also qualified as a Clinical Psychologist and Family Therapist.
Since 2014 I have been supervising a group of eight Genetic Counsellors using exclusively the Narrative approach. Further, since 2017 I have been offering a monthly on-line Narrative Supervision Group to international participants using the Spanish language. This is in partnership with Atelier Narratiu. More information about the Atelier Narratiu group can be found at https://www.facebook.com/supervisionnarrativa/
For the application form for our online group please click here
“A space to deepen your understanding of narrative practice”
“Warm and welcoming”
“I really look forward to it each month”
“I even attended one group from a holiday in Barbados!”
“I have learned so much from this”
“I really appreciated the extra sessions Mariangels organised to support us as we adjusted to a Covid world”