About us

Ali first became aware of professional supervision while interpreting on a Diploma in Counselling in 2002. Impressed with the support that it offered practitioners, Ali sought her own supervision and later, with the aim of offering supervision to interpreters, she qualified as a Professional Supervisor in 2009. Ali’s experience as a Sign Language Interpreter on the course strengthened her belief in the importance of supervision for Interpreters and the need to increase the number of Supervisors within the profession.Ali had a vision to develop a course specifically for Sign Language Interpreters that would provide training within the context of the profession and offer a grounding in intra and interpersonal dynamics.

Ali first contacted Cathy in March 2013 as part of this enquiry and a phone call was quickly followed by a trip from Manchester to Brighton, where the seeds for 360 Supervision were sown.