"I was at the breaking point, I was hopeless and didn't think I could go on. Emma has helped me put myself back together, taught me how to deal with my issues and how to move forward in life, with relationships, work and feeling comfortable with myself. I can never thank her enough for how patient, caring and supportive she's been for the past year and a half."
"I started working with Emma during a period of the Covid pandemic where we could not meet face to face. Emma was great in adapting her sessions to work online and we met in person when the government guidelines permitted so. I am happy with the pace of Emma's sessions and the variety of techniques she uses, sometimes she may show a short video on a concept of how the brain works so I can better understand my behaviours and reactions. I find this method particularly helpful to me as Emma has understood I have keen curiosity on the science of the mind works. I see this the main reason I like working with Emma as a practitioner as she adapts to particularly suit the client’s needs."
As a counselling psychologist in training, I have found Emma's supervision to be extremely valuable. She has supported me in my use of multiple therapeutic modalities and interventions, as well as theoretical and ethical issues. Emma has been able to provide invaluable insight into my relationships with clients in terms of what's going on in the room, and her reflections and contributions have definitely had a significant impact on my practice. Within the supervisory relationship Emma is collaborative, non-judgemental and empathic. This allows me to make the most out of supervision and benefits both myself and my clients. Ultimately, my supervision with Emma has enabled me to feel both held as a trainee and also to grow as an autonomous practitioner. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend working with Emma as a supervisor.