Creative Supervision Opportunity for Therapeutic Counsellors and Psychotherapists

I am a HCPC registered Art Psychotherapist experienced in working with children and young people and adults on a one to one and group basis.

Currently I am completing the CPCAB Level 6 Creative Supervision Across the Ages.

As part of this course I am able to offer up to 5 hours of Creative Supervision free of charge 1 to 1.5 hours per month (at present on-line) depending on your needs.

In these challenging times for our profession this is a unique opportunity for additional support to reflect creatively on your areas of clinical practice.

This would be an additional and supplementary space to your Primary Supervision.

Benefits to you and your clients would be:

Using creative resources, materials and techniques to facilitate self reflection and new learning.

Viewing an aspect of your client work from a different angle (this can also include finished pieces of work).

I have included a short summary of my experience below.

Please get in contact if you are interested and we can discuss your needs further.

Lizzie Devlin

Art Psychotherapist



My approach in Art Psychotherapy is Psychodynamic and Integrated. With a background in Fine Art and Community Arts, I have been practising as an Art Psychotherapist since 2011. (MSc Art Psychotherapy, Centre for Psychotherapy Belfast and University of East London). I have also undertaken specialist training in many different areas including trauma, attachment, somatic experiencing and Dyadic working. I work both individually and with groups and have worked in many different settings both in schools and in the community.

Currently I work sessionally with several organisations and I also work in private practice.

My experience as an Art Psychotherapist includes working with Looked After children and in Adoption, Autism, Asperger Syndrome, ADHD and impacted by Meningitis.

Specialist areas of clinical practice include early developmental trauma, Troubles related psychological and trans-generational trauma and PTSD.