Jungian Oriented Supervision For Psychotherapists and Coaches.


Linda Bishopp Holistic Psychotherapist, Counsellor, Supervisor, Intuitive Coach, Healer.                                            

MA Psychotherapy, DMS,  Dip. Couns., BACP, APA

I am an integrative counsellor (Diploma in Integrative Counselling), a Jungian Psychotherapist (MA in Psychotherapy & Healing Practice) and an Intuitive Coach.  I have also been a healer and Reiki Master for nearly 40 years. I bring these skills to my own client work, and to how I would work with you as your supervisor. I have also worked with developmental and ancestral trauma for many years and would bring a trauma informed and trauma responsive approach to my work with you.

I love working with multi-skilled therapists and coaches, including body workers and energy medicine workers – especially with a commitment to include transpersonal/spiritual aspects to their work, as well as talking therapists. There is a deep soul awareness built into my approach and care is taken to build a safe, respectful relationship with you. I assume an individuation process for your clients and you. In other words, your and your client’s personal development and growth are central.

‘The aim is not to overcome one’s personal psychology, to become perfect, but to become familiar with it. Thus, individuation involves an increasing awareness of one’s unique psychological reality, including personal strength and limitations, and at the same time a deeper appreciation of humanity in general.’ (Sharp in Mathers 2009, p68)

‘‘I’ve learnt knowing, listening, acting, accepting, living.’’

Client Testimonial

Using depth psychology, we might involve ourselves in any of the following:


  • Elaborating on possible techniques and ways of being with your client,
  • Transference and countertransference between us, and you and your client,
  • Proposing direction and focus to working with your clients,
  • Suggesting therapeutic formulation to better understand your client,
  • Exploring repeated patterns of behaviour, thought and fantasy.

We might use:

  • Dreams, daydreaming (active imagination),
  • Mandalas to give a visual description of your perceptions,

These creative processes call into question your client’s unconscious assumptions and fantasies, and your own.

For me, it is important that you gradually become more and more confident and autonomous in your therapeutic work, and we become a team working for your clients.

I am happy working face-to-face from my home in Capel-Le-Ferne, Kent, or on Zoom.

Fee £65 per 60 minutes, £97.50 for 90 minutes.

Contact Linda at and we can arrange an informal chat.


References: Mathers, D., (2009), Vision and Supervision Jungian and Post-Jungian Perspectives, Routledge, East Sussex.