For Individuals

Film In Mind can provide film therapy and film supervision to help you navigate both your creative and personal process.

What we offer: 
1:1 THERAPY   |    SUPERVISION   |   NEW CLIENT ASSESSMENT   |   GROUP SUPERVISION

1:1 THERAPY
We provide film therapy to help you through all sorts of things – difficult working relationships, challenging subject matter, major life-events, external forces affecting your work or traumatic and painful issues that may be holding you or the project back.

In therapy, the focus is on you. Your process, your personal emotions; your narrative, past and present – anything is welcome, whether it is work or external to the world of filmmaking.

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SUPERVISION

Supervision is a reflective space for you, in any filmmaking role, to bring all of the professional issues that you are dealing with on a regular basis and work through them in a non-judgemental and impartial environment. Supervision is a structured but fully collaborative process that recognises the emotional labour involved in documentary making. It can work in the following ways to help us maintain quality and best practice. 

You’ll bring your professional and personal self into supervision,  with the focus being outwards, looking at ethics, relationships, duty of care, accountability and your own practical processes while making films.

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NEW CLIENT ASSESSMENT

As therapists who hold a deep understanding of what it takes to make films, we understand how the personal and the professional overlap, so at times, you may be looking for both of these things. We offer a free 30 minute new client assessment process so that we can find out which service would suit your needs best. 

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GROUP SUPERVISION 

In response to many filmmakers voicing a need for a shared space to connect with other filmmakers and work through ethical, political, creative and moral questions related to their filmmaking practice, we are offering a monthly supervision group.

Supervision is a structured but fully collaborative process that recognises the emotional labour involved in documentary making. The group dynamic is about providing an additional layer of support, insight and commonality, through the eyes of others.

It can work in the following ways to help us maintain quality and best practice:

  • To explore your own process in the face of dealing with trauma, complex relationships and the demands of the industry.
  • A space to think about sustaining motivation to tell your story, to step back when you need to and refocus.
  • To consider and challenge your own values, creating a space to debate ethical issues within the storytelling.

What previous participants have said: 

“Being able to learn about other filmmakers’ experiences on such a personal and intimate level is really rare.”

“It made me realise how lonely and anxious I was. I feel like I am having a much healthier relationship with myself and my filmmaking.

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When we have a full group we will set a date and time.

(This is  open to filmmakers who are available during the working week and will be at varying times to suit international time zones)

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