Play Therapists and Students
Ann is able to offer clinical supervision to Play Therapists and Play Therapy students. She is currently completing a 3 module supervision training and works creatively with therapists and students to help them think about their clients, families and their own responses to their work.
Teachers and Care Workers Working with Children Who Challenge
Adults working with children who present challenges can often feel isolated and disempowered due to the constant battle between trying to understand and meet the child's needs whilst meeting the needs of the whole group. These feelings can be compounded when the behaviours and needs presented seem to be directed at the individual or when other adults report the child responds differently towards them.
Ann's experience in educational settings, alongside her current therapeutic role, enables her to combine the two to offer a space to a range of professionals who are interested in exploring the meaning of a child's behaviour and how they, as the professional working with the child, can provide the most effective support.
Where a number of adults are working with a child, or group of children, supervision can be provided in small groups by arrangement.