Melanie Phillips

I am a Cognitive Hypnotherapist based in Dunbar, East Scotland. Originally from London, I've lived here for over 3 years during which time I started   

I qualified as a Supervisor in 2014 and I am enjoying working with my supervisees via Skype and in person, helping them to build and in some cases maintain their therapy business.  Helping and supporting them to develop and grow in the direction they want.  

A little bit about my background, I used to work in the NHS as a Contracts Manager and whilst in this role I trained in Reiki, EFT and Space Clearing.  This led me to realise that I wanted to learn a lot more about therapy and eventually I found the Quest Institute where I trained as a Cognitive Hypnotherapist.

I do hope you find the right supervisor for you and your therapy business and my colleagues and I look forward to hearing from you.

Ann Jaloba

I have recently been named as one of the UK’s top 10 therapists on the Huffington Post, an accolade I feel incredibly proud of.

I practise in Sheffield, specialising in stress and anxiety reduction and weight-management and confidence. I have been in practice since 2009 after training with the Academy of Clinical and Medical Hypnosis.

I am also a writer, author and editor. My books include FirstDays  The Hypnotherapy Handbook and The Hypnotherapy Experts.

I believe passionately in the valuse of supervision and offer  offer 1-2-1 session via skype or phone and also offer face to face supervision in Sheffield. My current supervisees include Harley Street practitioners, experienced trainers, qualified health professionals and brand new therapists.You can find out more about Ann at

Kim Wilson

I qualified as a Quest Cognitive Hypnotherapist as part of Q27 in 2010 and set up in business the same year. I have been working as a cognitive hypnotherapist since then and have enjoyed every minute of it. I have successful practices in Tunbridge Wells and Westerham.

I have continued to be involved in Quest completing my MasterPrac the following year and recently assisting on Q34 diploma course. I am a regular contributor to Perception magazine and continue to develop my own practice with training both inside and outside Quest.

Supervision has been an invaluable part of my development both supporting and challenging me to think about my practice and how I work with clients. I gained so much from supervision both personally and professionally that I decided to train as a supervisor myself. I am passionate about supervision and the role it can play in enabling you to build a successful and sustainable career.

I offer 1-2-1 session via skype or phone and also offer face to face group supervision in either Tunbridge Wells or Westerham.