Jeremy offers supervision and his approach to supervision is to draw out your experience and wisdom; to encourage you to integrate your knowledge and experience; to be heuristic about your practice; to challenge you to develop.

He offers supervision whose aim is to support the framework of your practice; to appreciate, hold and enable the setting of your work; that can enquire into and hold multiple contexts in mind; that aims to support your creativity; that assists you to work at depth; that makes connections between practice and theory; that can encourage you to work with warmth and integrity across the range of difficulties that people bring. 

Over the years he has supervised psychotherapists working systemically with families; psychotherapists working psychoanalytically and relationally with individuals, couples and groups; art therapists and playtherapists; groups and teams.