Therapists, coaches and counsellors sometimes need supervision in order to gain clarity on their work with their own clients.

As professional therapists, we keep on learning throughout our clients’ journeys and processes. Transference and countertransference always play a role in therapy. However, they can sometimes have an undesired effect on the therapy process.

Therapists can sometimes experience that a process is not going as wanted, that it is not flowing or it takes too much energy with irritation as a result. Maybe there is something that the therapist is missing or is not aware of. Supervision helps to see through these impasses and learn through the experience.


‘As a student dans-movement therapist I had Lidia as a supervisor for a certain period in intercultural psychiatry. Her cultural-sensitive approach as been an important added value in my learning process and in working with migrants.’ L.K.