Leigh Brannon MBACP is qualified to deliver Clinical Supervision to Counsellors and Psychotherapists, with a Diploma in Clinical Supervision (Level 6), accredited by the CPCAB. She has worked in both private and agency (Relate) settings, and works as part of a team of clinical supervisors responsible for practice advice across the country. Supervision is available at St. Catherine's House in Doncaster, or via webcam, anywhere in the country.
Leigh primarily uses the Seven-eyed model of supervision, but having been trained in Person Centred, Psychodynamic and Systemic Therapy, offers integrated supervision with a Relational focus.
Leigh can also offer specialised, one off, supervision sessions in the following subject areas:
- Couple and Family therapy
- Relational Trauma
- Coercive Control
- Substance addiction
Group Supervision sessions can also be arranged on request, catering for groups of between 5 and 12 people.
Supervision is offered face to face in St Catherine's House in Doncaster, and via webcam and phone.
"I began training as a Relate counsellor in 2005 and Leigh is my fifth supervisor to date. She has brought new and refreshing insights to the supervisory relationship which I have not experienced before and this has served to stimulate my thinking and increase my learning and self-reflection.
There is a freedom to explore ideas in our supervision sessions, without the need to censor or edit what I say because I do not feel judged by Leigh. I can talk about what is happening in my own life where necessary and I find that there is always an honest and mutual trust in our communications.
I also appreciate that my strengths as a counsellor are positively affirmed and this gives me the confidence to make bolder choices in my client work."
Linda McAvoy - June 2018
Family Counsellor in Private Practice