Supervision & Self-care
The key purpose of supervision is to assure the quality of the service I am delivering through my Menstrual Cycle Support programmes and 1:1s.
Supervision also provides an opportunity for me to experience guided self-reflection and intentional self-care, which I consider to be extremely important especially given the nature of my work in menstrual suffering.
Dr Helena Tucker, clinical psychologist and women's wellbeing specialist
Alexandra Pope, former psychotherapist and co-founder of the Red School*
Sjanie Hugo Wurlizer, co-founder of the Red School*
*(currently supervising the practice of the Menstruality Medicine Circle)
Dr Easkey Britton, marine biologist & specialist in human natural cycles and the sea
Barbara Dopfer, feminine leadership specialist & yogi (Nidra)
Additional Self Care:
Trudi Holden, Wild Samsara, Women's Natural Health Therapist