Counselling – Psycotherapy

Supervision Exeter

Counselling and psychotherapy supervision in Exeter

Here at Psychotherapy & Counselling (PAC) Exeter we can suport you as a trainee or post qualified practioner with your supervison needs.  Our supervisors are BACP supervisors and John is a full clinical memebr of the UKCP and UKCP Registered psychotherapy supervisor.   If you are a counsellor or psychotherapist in the Exeter area looking for supervision then contact us at PAC Exeter for our supervisors have a depth and breadth of experience across different therapeutic modalities.

Barbara Matheson – I’m an experienced supervisor working with qualified counsellors, student counsellors and people working in job roles where they can benefit from this type of one-to-one support e.g., managers, support workers and those in health/ wellbeing settings. My main approach is person centred although I’m very experienced at working with, and supporting counsellors from other modalities. I have significant experience of supporting student and trainee counsellors both in Edinburgh and now in Exeter.  I’m on the list of approved supervisors for the Ironmill and Exeter Colleges, Margaret Jackson Centre and Heartwood.  I offer a free half an hour meeting, either face to face or by Zoom to discus how we might work together.

Barbara’s Profile

John Paradise CTA(P) PTSTA(P) – John is a full clinical member of the UKCP and a UKCP registred supervisor.   As a P/TSTA(P) John is quailfied to work with trainee and qualified psychotherapists.  He is experienced in designing training and facilitating groups and is a tutor at the Iron Mill College on the Transactional Analysis psychotherapy course.  John offers clinical supervision in Exeter and online.  John is comfortable working with counsellors and psychotherapists from different theoretical approaches. In addition to his clincial and supervision practice John sits on the UKCP – Humanistic & Integrative & Psychotherapy College (HIPC), Training Standards Committe (TSC). This work invloves the strategic overview of training standards for psychotherapy within the UK.

Contact John Paradise for a discussion about your own supervision requirements and expectations.

John’s Profile


lari De Simoni – Working modality: Supervisor on placement. Person-centred counselling and trauma-informed.  I am currently studying to become a clinical supervisor which will include in-person, online, and telephone work. I am happy to offer low-cost monthly supervision to newly-qualified counsellors until I am awarded my qualification as a clinical supervisor.

The clinical supervision I will offer reflects my person-centred counselling approach and incorporates trauma-informed work. In fact, I have many years of experience in working with trauma, in particular working with sexual violence and childhood sexual abuse. I also have mentoring experience from my current managerial role at Devon Rape Crisis & Sexual Abuse Services.

My aim is to offer a safe space where you can become more confident in your therapeutic work, develop your style, and look at your own processes.

Supervision sessions are held in-person in Exeter (only on Friday), by telephone or online.  I am happy to arrange a free initial 15-minute call with you to discuss your needs and to see how we can best work together.  Please get in contact either via email or text message and I will contact you to arrange an appointment for the call.

Supervision Fees

Qualified counsellors – £30 for a 1.5-hour session until I am awarded my qualification as a clinical supervisor.

Ilaria’s Profile


Gina Collins – I’m a qualified and experienced clinical supervisor, working with counsellors at all levels of experience. I have an integrative approach to supervision, which reflects my wide range of training and experience in different therapeutic modalities, and so I may draw upon elements of person-centred, CBT and transactional analysis during our work together, as appropriate. My aim is to provide meaningful support and to enable your professional development as a practitioner through reflective work, collegial collaboration and by providing a nurturing environment that will encourage your safe, ethical, creative and effective practice.

Please get in contact at to arrange a free half-hour meeting (either in person or online) where we can discuss your supervision requirements and how we might work together.