Below are supervisors recommended by London Young Counselling. Counsellors are encouraged to contact supervisors directly to arrange your 1:1 supervison. Please complete the supervision agreement with your selected supervisor, whether with one of our recommended supervisors or another.

Diane Stevens is a qualified and experienced counsellor, supervisor and trainer. She has been working with adults and young people for nearly twenty years in private practice and also with local organisations. She has also supervised other professionals including Domestic violence and survivors of sexual violence. She has been involved in schools counselling for twenty years where she also offered supervision and safeguarding support. Along the way Diane has taken the Clinical Lead for two counselling charities for many years and is also the Clinical Trustee for The Road Victims Trust.

Charlotte is a Therapeutic Counsellor and Clinical Supervisor.
Supervision provides a confidential, supportive and reflective space for counsellors and psychotherapists in which to develop and enhance one’s professional and personal skills and to explore the impact of client work on oneself.
I am a qualified integrative counsellor and clinical supervisor working in schools, agencies and private practice with children, families and adults in counselling.
I offer integrative supervision to students, newly qualified and experienced counsellors as individuals or within a group setting. I also work within schools offering supervision to teachers.
I aim to bring nurturing, supportive and empathic qualities to my role as a supervisor, providing a safe and non-judgemental space to explore client work.
Basing my supervision practice on the respected theory of Hawkins & Shohet, using the BACP Ethical Framework for Good Practice and having supervision of supervision.
I aim to work with my supervisee’s individual needs in order to support them in their practice, continued personal development and self-care.

Ann is an accredited counsellor with the National Counselling Society (NCS). She has a level 5 Diploma with distinction, in Counselling Supervision from Lindum College. For the past 12 years she has worked as an integrative counsellor with adults, young people, and children in her private counselling practice on a wide range of issues. She has also worked as a volunteer counsellor in a secondary school with pupils aged 11 to 18 years old. Over the past 10 years, she has worked as counsellor for a charity in Cambridgeshire and as the Deputy Clinical Services Manager for the past 15 months. Alongside her Counselling practice, she offers integrative supervision to students and qualified counsellors, on an individual and in group settings.