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Online Clinical Supervision

All individuals in the helping profession are exposed to emotional distress when they come in contact with people in crisis.  Such work related distress can impede our thinking capacity and impact on the actions we are taking in trying to help.  

Hence, all individuals in the helping profession could benefit from adequate and appropriate clinical supervision. 



What is Clinical Supervision?

The supervision I provide is independent from a particular psychotherapy approach or profession as such. The supervisory methods and skills can be applied to various different professional contexts and types of supervision such as individual supervision, supervision of a team in an organization, group supervision, peer supervision, supervision within an organization or independent of the organization the professional works in. 

Interesting video on generic Clinical Supervision, University of Bedfordshire film on clinical supervision. Published on May 22, 2014

Clinical supervision includes the exploration of the client’s presentation, the relationship between client and professional, the interventions of the professional, the professional's own person, the working alliance between supervisee and supervisor, and the wider context in which the work takes place (the organization).  The supervision process is in its essence enabling and resourcing the professional. It aims at creating a climate which avoids the sense of expert and student and instead creates an environment in which the dynamics and pressure of the work can be felt, explored, understood, and new ways of working can be co-created by supervisee and supervisor.  


A supervision session is 50 minutes long. The fee is 85 Euros (incl. VAT). 


Payments are made via Credit or Debit card. Read More.


Who could benefit from Clinical Supervision?     

Any professionals who are engaged in client-focused work such as:


  • Social Care Workers                                    

  • Family Support Workers                              

  • Teachers                                                         

  • Key workers                                                    

  • Volunteers

  • Social workers

  • Telephone Counsellors  

Please ask me any question you may have or make an appointment. 

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Ines holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Supervision from Trinity College Dublin. 

She was a clinical placement supervisor for students on the MA in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at Dublin Business School (2008-2017). 

Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Supervision at Trinity College


  • Advanced Clinical Supervision, Theory, Skills & Process

  • Clinical Supervision & Perspectives in Adult Learning

  • Advanced Peer & Group Supervision

  • The Reflective Practitioner

  • Professional Clinical Practice

  • Organisational Issues

  • Research in Clinical Supervision



Supervision in Organizations: Educational context.

Short Dissertation:

Does supervising professionals who work with children differ from supervising professionals working with adults? 


Ines was a clinical placement supervisor for the MA in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at Dublin Business School (2008 to 2017). She currently provides clinical group supervision for: BSc Counselling & Psychotherapy students at PCI, MSc Child Art Psychotherapy students at UCD, and Child Art Psychotherapy students on the post master training at the School of Psychotherapy St. Vincent's University Hospital Dublin. Ines also provides individual clinical supervision for students on the Post MSc training in Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at IICAP, and qualified professionals


She lectures on the MSc in Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy and BSc in Counselling & Psychotherapy at PCI College. Ines also is a Guest Lecturer on: The MSc  in Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at Trinity College and the MSc in Child Art Psychotherapy at UCD.


Ines was an active committee member of the Irish Forum for Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (IFCAPP, 2013-2019) and represented IFCAPP on the Psychoanalytic Section of the Irish Council for Psychotherapy.  


For more information with regards to her academic background and qualifications please click here.

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