Therapy and clinical supervision based in Nottingham, currently working solely online with clients across the globe.
A humanistic therapist with a strongly person-centred ethos, my background is working with issues around trauma, abuse, oppression and difference as well as counselling in education settings (schools and universities). Particular experience with survivors of abuse and domestic violence as well as with trans, LGBQA+, neurodivergent, disabled and ethnic minority clients. Pro-intersectional and sex positive approach - supportive of sex work, kink, non-monogamy, asexuality and diverse approaches to/experiences of relationships, bodies, gender and sex.
Training, qualifications & experience
- Diploma in Supervision Studies, 2018
- BACP Accreditation, 2013
- MA Trauma Studies, 2013
- Diploma of Humanistic Counselling, 2004
Full CV here https://sam-hope.co.uk/cv/
Registered / Accredited
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British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
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Concessions offered for
£30-£55 per session, depending on what client can afford