Clinical Supervision

A Creative Space for Professional Growth

Working with therapeutic communication through varied art forms including clay, sand tray, psychodrama, creative writing and music, Jan Hall BACP HCPC offers creative clinical therapy supervision which offers a unique combination of the experiential and theoretical to support your professional development. Jan provides a safe, welcoming and supportive space to help you to continually learn and flourish throughout your own professional journey, helping you to review and reflect upon your practice, explore your own personal reactions to your work, receive feedback on your skills and identify training needs, underpinning the quality of care you provide.

Holding a Level 6 Diploma in Art Therapy Supervision and MA in Integrative Arts Psychotherapy, Jan’s therapeutic approach is integrative and includes modalities such as Art Therapy, Gestalt, Humanistic, Psychodynamic, Person-Centred and Transactional Analysis (TA). Jan’s current supervisees including student and qualified art therapists/psychotherapists, counsellors, play therapists, dance movement therapists, and social care & educational practitioners including social workers, teachers, youth workers, SENCOs, mentors and life coaches. Her fees start from £75, with concessions available upon request.

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Jan Hall


Special Interests: Anxiety Disorders, Parent & Child Therapy, Clinical Supervision

Jan is an attachment-based art psychotherapist with many years’ experience in varied mental health and educational settings, both mainstream and alternative. Jan specialises in parent-child dyadic work as well as supporting individuals struggling with mood and anxiety disorders, depression, life transitions, relationship breakdowns, and bereavement, through therapy.

Jan also provides online and face-to-face Clinical Supervision for professionals working with children with SEND and SEBD.

She is HCPC registered, a member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy), and has an MA in Arts Psychotherapy.

Kyra Hall-Gelly


Special Interests: Diversity & Marginalization, Multicultural Counselling, Group Facilitation, Young People, Adults, Autism & ADHD

Kyra is a BACP registered integrative counsellor using art therapy, a lecturer in Counselling & Psychotherapy at Kingston College, London, and a former member of the Croydon SEND Parent Forum Steering Group.

She has worked with vulnerable children and young people for over 15 years in schools, pupil referral units, youth groups, colleges, social enterprises and youth arts projects as a youth worker, welfare and enrichment department head, and mental health worker.

She is a member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy), has a PG Cert. in Counselling, an Advanced Diploma in the Therapeutic Application of the Arts, and a Level 7 Diploma in Supervision.

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