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Welcome to SLCC Clinical Supervision Services, my name is Catherine (Salvi) Coombs I specialise in supporting neurodivergent clients and professionals who work in challenging roles. Finding the right Supervisor can be a daunting experience because one fits all simply does not work, especially when working in mental health & educational sectors.

The role of the Supervisor should be inspiring, supportive, informative, and challenging but most of all collaborative.

I use the Seven-Eyed model which was developed by Peter Hawkins and Robin Shohet.

I feel this model works well with most theoretical approaches. 

Clinical supervision is available for psychotherapists, counsellors, coaches, teachers, and other mental health professionals working with neurodivergent clients.

Working with young people and families can be difficult at times that is why you need an experienced Supervisor who is calm, empathic, and approachable giving you the space to contemplate dilemma's as they arise. As psychotherapists, mental health professionals, and educators we can have difficult caseloads and safeguarding issues can be overwhelming. I will be there to sensitively support and guide you in processing these situations and manage outcomes.


Further experience in educational settings as a Designated Safeguarding Lead and trainer of current safeguarding policies such as KCSIE. The phrase 'the team around the young person' in today's climate has never been more important.

Our premises are private, comfortable and in a unique confidential setting, if you like what you are reading get in touch.

Please contact me: to discuss your needs. 

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 "How I know you are the right supervisor for me...

- You give me praise when I'm lacking in confidence and direction.

- You crack the whip when I need to sort my blank blank out (shedding/notes/logging etc(

_ You're always available when I need to call you

And ... MOST of All...

_ After I have seen you, I am excited about the work!!!

Thank you Cathy, I am glad I found you."

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