Accredited Supervisor Directory

Use the fields provided to search our register of accredited supervisors. 

IAHIP maintains a register of Accredited Supervisors and considers supervision essential for ensuring quality of delivery of psychotherapy.  Supervision provides support, oversight and learning. It ensures an upholding of standards in practice and is

"...a regular, protected time for facilitated, in-depth reflection on practice"

(Bond & Holland, 1998: 5).

What is Supervision in Psychotherapy?

Supervision in psychotherapy refers to the process in which a more experienced and qualified therapist provides guidance, support, and oversight to a psychotherapist or trainee. 

This is a crucial aspect of professional development in the mental health field, ensuring the quality and effectiveness of therapeutic services.

At the core of supervision is care for the client. Supervision is embedded in all IAHIP membership or associate categories that involve client clinical practice.

Click on the links below for information on becoming an IAHIP Supervisor or information on those who are seeking to re-accredit as an IAHIP Supervisor.