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.

Alongside my clinical work, I started working as a clinical supervisor in 2014 overseeing the work of counsellors working with children in schools. I supervise in-training therapists as well as qualified practitioners, within a psychodynamic and integrative approach. I am passionate about helping other therapists in their learning and professional growth. Supervision offers a safe space for counsellors to explore and reflect on therapeutic work, including difficulties that may come up. I offer a supportive supervisory relationship where clients’ needs are at the centre of our thinking and self-awareness is encouraged. Depending on a supervisee’s needs, I like to make use of creativity, imagery and experiential exercises. Currently, I am training towards accreditation as a Counselling Supervisor with the BACP at CPTA. I offer low-cost individual supervision to therapists working with children. My practice is overseen by a qualified clinical supervisor and covered by professional insurance.

Bridget Freer is a qualified Psychotherapist and Counsellor, and a Clinical Supervisor. She has an MsC in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Counselling, a Diploma in Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy, and a Diploma in Integrative supervision. She is a Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, and an accredited member of the British Pscyhoanalytic Council.
Bridget has a private practice in north London and has extensive
experience of working with a broad range of issues specialising in working with depression, anxiety and trauma. Her work as counsellor and psychotherapist is underpinned by psychodynamic thought, but as a supervisor she works integratively.
Bridget currently supervises placement therapists at London Young Counselling.