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I was fortunate enough to be supervised by David Newton – Senior Therapy Practitioner at the Clifton Practice in Bristol.

David taught me how to get the very best from therapy practitioners and learned how to assist them with confidence/coaching to empower them to flourish and evolve.  Having trained in 2005, I have over 15 years direct full time clinical experience with clients and conducted thousands of hours in the consulting room.

I became a supervisor in 2010 and I have well over 10 years direct experience of supervising other therapists 1:1 or in group, as well as other supervisors and senior supervisors. Many Nurses, GP’s, NHS therapy practitioners choose to book in to see me as their preferred supervisor because of the specific and rather eclectic way I supervise, needless to say it is not dull or boring but erudite, fun, informative and sometimes inspiring…a similar style of how David Newton so effortlessly delivered.

I offer 1:1 Supervision face to face or via Zoom online booked at a prearranged time and payment in advance only.

Fees - see website 

I previously provided group supervision but this is not something that I currently offer. What I do offer is 1:1 therapy to some therapy practitioners and you may enquire regarding this.

Do get in touch if you’d like 1:1 supervision with me to arrange via email or on my mobile between 9am until 5pm.

Best Wishes,


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Michael Hughes BA (Hons) HPD CNHC SQHP Senior Therapist & Supervisor Est 2005

Michael Hughes BA (Hons) HPD CNHC SQHP Senior Therapist & Supervisor Est 2005