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(Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing)
For a breakdown of my EMDR qualifications please see my experience page.



I am an EMDR Consultant/Clinical Supervisor with EMDR UK. Accreditation is a mark of competency and shows that I have reached a certain level of experience, expertise and have accountability in place.

I am currently offering EMDR face to face in the Northeast, offering both Face to Face and Online support via a Specialised EMDR programme. 

EMDR is heavily researched to be highly effective in relieving psychological stress and is an effective treatment for PTSD and Complex/developmental PTSD as well a range of mental health complaints.

Do contact me if you would like further information. To see more about my EMDR training, this can be viewed as part of my experience page in the qualifications/ CPD section.


EMDR Supervision

As an EMDR Clinical Supervisor, I am excited to offer my expertise and guidance to those looking to deepen their practice in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy. My goal is to support EMDR practitioners at all levels of their career—whether you are learning, newly qualified or seeking work towards accredited status.

In my supervision role, I provide a supportive environment where you can explore both the complexities and the transformative potential of EMDR therapy. My approach is collaborative and tailored to meet your individual needs as a practitioner. Through our sessions, you will gain insights into the application of EMDR techniques, enhance your understanding of case conceptualisation, and develop strategies for managing challenging cases.

I aim to foster a reflective space where you can grow professionally, ensuring that your practice remains client-centered and ethically grounded. Together, we will explore the latest research, best practices, and innovative approaches within the EMDR framework, all while adhering to the high standards set by relevant professional bodies.


Definition (EMDR International Association) - EMDR is an evidence-based, clinician led, psychotherapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). In addition, successful outcomes are well-documented in the literature for EMDR treatment of other psychiatric disorders, mental health problems, and somatic symptoms. The model on which EMDR is based, Adaptive Information Processing (AIP), posits that much of psychopathology is due to the maladaptive encoding of and/or incomplete processing of traumatic or disturbing adverse life experiences. This impairs the client’s ability to integrate these experiences in an adaptive manner. The eight-phase, three-pronged process of EMDR facilitates the resumption of normal information processing and integration. This treatment approach, which targets past experience, current triggers, and future potential challenges, results in the alleviation of presenting symptoms, a decrease or elimination of distress from the disturbing memory, improved view of the self, relief from bodily disturbance, and resolution of present and future anticipated triggers. EMDR therapy is a therapeutic intervention that must be administered by an EMDR trained clinician or those who are currently participating in an EMDRIA Approved training. 

What is EMDR? This video illustrates what EMDR therapy is about: