Mindfulness Based Supervision Training


We offer Supervision Training for the individual and group supervision of psychotherapists and counsellors working with adult clients. The training is recognised by Humanistic and Integrative College (HIPC) of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).

For UKCP Registrants, completion of the training and required supervision hours leads to Recognised Supervisor (RS) status and inclusion upon UKCP and HIPC’s Directory of Supervisors. Recognised Supervisors can apply for Recognised Training Supervisor status upon completion of five years post-accreditation experience as a psychotherapist and two years experience of supervising.

It is not necessary for trainees to be UKCP registered, although inclusion upon UKCP and HIPC’s Supervisor Directory can only be granted to UKCP registrants. Applications are also welcome from those who wish to undertake this training solely for CPD and experiential purposes.


Ken Blythin

Ken is a UKCP registered psychotherapist and Recognised Training Supervisor. From 2016 – 2019 he was a tutor on the MA in Mindfulness-based Core Process Psychotherapy. He chairs the HIPC Training Standards Committee, and the Association of Core Process Psychotherapists Supervision Sub-committee.
He has previously chaired the Board of Directors at Hampden House, a psychotherapy centre in Manchester, and is a past Chair of the Association of
Core Process Psychotherapists.

Elizabeth Hammond

Elizabeth is a BACP Senior Accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist and Supervisor and an ACAT registered Cognitive Analytic Therapist and Supervisor and an HIPC Recognised Training Supervisor. She has over 25 years’ experience as a therapist, supervisor, group facilitator and trainer on mental health issues.
Much of her work has been in the third sector developing community mental health projects. She is a past chair of trustees for TLC St Luke’s Arts Project Manchester, and was also on the board at Hampden House Independent Psychotherapy Centre in Manchester.

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