Josephine SchampCounselling Supervision in Camden

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Psychotherapist & Community Psychologist

Based in North West London, Hampstead, Camden & Online

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  • Clinical Supervision
  • Group Work
  • Specialised in Relationship Therapy
  • Couples Therapy
  • Trauma Psychotherapy
  • Humanistic & psychodynamic counselling
  • Qualified, BACP senior accredited integrative psychotherapist, qualified clinical supervisor for groups and individuals; specialised in trauma psychology and couples therapy.

  • My areas of expertise include EMDR, Compassion-focused Therapy (GFT) and Somatic Experiencing integrating a creative, collaborative approach to foster healing, empowerment, agency and creative expression.

  • Face-to-face sessions. Video Call Sessions (Zoom / Skype) and Phone
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  • I am offering counselling supervision in Camden and within organisations across London.
    I am a qualified supervisor for groups and individual therapists. I have extensive experience running supervision groups and one-to-one supervision in central London. I am specialised in trauma psychology. I am working within a humanistic, feminist framework.

    I am using the Hawkins and Shohet's 7 eyed model framework.
    Please feel free to contact me to discuss your requirements.

  • Experienced working with senior therapists as well as with students.

  • Experienced working with adults, couples, groups, older adults and young people (14 plus).

  • Clinical supervision face-to-face and online via Skype, WhatsApp and Zoom.

    Therapist supervision North West London / clinical supervision Hampstead:
    Nearest stations are Kentish Town Station, Kentish Town West Rail Station, Gospel Oak Station or Tufnell Park Tube Station.
    Bus lines 88, 134, 214, 390 or 392.

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    Group Facilitator & Consultant

    Facilitating support groups and offering training and presentations.

  • Relationships
  • Family systems and cultures
  • Trauma therapy (sexual abuse, domestic abuse, problem behaviours in teenagers; empowerment, resilience building, community initiatives for mental well being)
  • Integrating elements of art therapy and narrative therapy


  • Attachments
  • Relationships
  • Couples Therapy
  • Personal Development
  • Identity
  • Self-worth
  • Migration
  • Trauma, Childhood Trauma
  • Gender Violence, DV, Child Sexual Abuse
  • Depression, Anxiety, OCD, Panic Attacks, PTSD
  • Divorce, Separation
  • Redundancy
  • Forms of self harm. Coping strategies that do no longer feel helpful.
  • Loss, Bereavement

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  • When we create an accepting, non-judgemental space to talk, people can tap into resources, new ideas and healing.

    You choose if you want to see me on an open-ended basis or for an agreed time period. We can talk about your wishes in the initial meeting and look at the best option for you together. You may want to review after experiencing some sessions. We can work solution-focused using specific techniques for issues that feel stuck. Or you may want an open-ended, safe and accepting space for confidential reflection and personal development.

  • I am experienced in supporting clients’ personal development, relationship issues, intimacy issues, life stages.

  • I have been a qualified integrative counselling psychotherapist since 2007. I am a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), and I am accredited on senior level.

  • There is not only one form of therapeutic response for any presenting issue. I am trained in several therapy approaches. Depending on your wishes and needs I can offer psychodynamic therapy to look at experiences from your childhood that feel painful or stuck. If you want to stay in the here and now, person-centred counselling places an emphasis on gaining awareness of the present context, how to work with triggers, and wether the story we tell ourself serves us.
    Integrating systemic therapy can be very useful in couples therapy and whilst looking at family constallations and interactions between family members.
    I am further trained in somatic experiencing (SE), compassion-focused Therapy (GFT) and eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR), approaches often used to recover from traumatic events and to overcome presentations of PTSD that can make day-to-day life difficult.

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