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I trained as a supervisor in 2012 gaining a Diploma in Clinical Supervision with the CPPD Counselling School.

Since then I have been supervising groups and individual counsellors.  My aim is to support and facilitate the development of my supervisees, to offer a relationship within which they can come to feel safe enough to explore the unknown within themselves and their work. 

Whether we are just starting out or thinking about retirement, we all need the opportunity to reflect on our work and its place in our lives and this is what I am to provide.

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Hemel Hempstead

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

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Wheelchair user access

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Ros Purcell

Ros Purcell