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6th December 2022 

Relational Supervision (remote via phone/online and face to face)

Relational Supervision

As a Humanistic and Integrative psychotherapist I am deeply influenced by the person centred theory of Carl Rogers and a wide range of theorists ranging from Bion, Winnicott and Kohut's Self Psychological ideas through to the Intersubjective theorists such as Stolorow and Atwood. I enjoy learning and thinking about what is needed in todays world with today's sufferings and I continue to engage in writing and researching particularly in the area of Complex PTSD. My most recent paper 'Twinship in An Unpeopled World', is published in a special Pandemic edition of the peer reviewed Journal for IAPPS: 'Psychoanalysis, Self and Context' published by Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. This edition exploring the impact of the pandemic on Practice, Theory and Culture.

I am on the UKCP approved supervisors list

At present I offer Supervision sessions via telephone. I am able to offer one off Consultations or ongoing sessions weekly or monthly depending on my availability. You are welcome to email me in the first instance.









Member:

Bath Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BCPC)

International Association for Psychoanalytical Self Psychology (IAPSP)

Trauma Foundation South West (TFSW)

Centre For Supervision Training and Development (CSTD)






Kim Liversidge, BATH: Easy access from Frome, Radstock, Bradford on Avon, Saltford, Keynsham - easy walking distance from the centre of Bath or free parking outside.
Please contact me on 07798563952 or you can email me




Psychotherapists are supervised throughout their careers.
For more information about bcpc you can click on bcpc

My approach is Humanistic and Integrative - meaning I have learned and continue to learn and develop my practice from the many different schools of thought about therapy.