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Stepping Stones Counselling and Psychotherapy Limited

External Supervision with Rebekah

Rebekah is a Psychodynamic Psychotherapist with 28 years of experience working across NHS mental health and learning disability services. With core training as a Nurse, Rebekah worked across varying levels within the NHS including as a Mentor and Supervisor.

Since forming Stepping Stones in 2017, Rebekah has led an expanding team and has supervised both students and therapists in 1:1 and group settings. As the team has developed to include other supervisors, Rebekah has moved to overseeing supervision within the team, providing supervision of supervision as well as continuing to supervise members of the team and any students on placement.

As a UKCP recognised Supervisor and Clinical Psychotherapist, Rebekah additionally provides private supervision for individuals who are seeking in person and / or online supervision sessions (using video, voice only, IM and email means). 

Rebekah's approach to supervision is provided from a Psychodynamic basis but with an Integrative stance to enable benefit from a variety of perspectives for the full benefit of both the supervisee - as well as the client(s) being considered. Rebekah approaches supervision with compassion and enjoys sharing learning with her supervisees; it is to embrace this angle that the Seven Eyed Model (Hawkins and Shohet, 1985*) is the fundamental framework used by Rebekah within supervision sessions.

Sessions are 50 minutes in length and charged at £65

Supervision for Student Counsellors is charged at the reduced rate of £50 per session 


A payment link is provided in advance for online supervisees, and a card reader is available for in person supervisees.

Please direct any enquiries regarding supervision to Rebekah's administrator at [email protected]

*as further described in their book Supervision in the Helping Professions (Open University Press, 2012)