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I am  John Threadgold, a Focusing-Oriented  Person- Centred and integrative counselor and supervisor.

I offer individual and group supervision to Counsellors, and Psychotherapists, and hold a Level 6 Diploma in Therapeutic Supervision. I work with supervises who use a variety of different counselling models, including  Peron Centred, integrative, Gestalt, CBT, MBCT, etc. I work according to the BACP ethical framework.

I believe in a counselor centred and person centred approach to supervision that provides you with an opportunity to explore a wide range of issues including client process and interventions, management issues in agency work, continuing professional development, work life balance, and any other issues that affect your client work. I also offer Focusing, as a way of helping you to deepen the supervision process.

I also offer Group supervision to agencies and groups of counselors who wish to book my services.

I have previously provided supervision to:

1) Equinox (  Mitcham Branch). I provide regular ongoing  group supervision to counsellors working at this alcohol recovery agency

2) I provide individual supervision to drugs therapists at Community Drug services South London. 

3 Emergency telephone supervision to  Sandwell Cruise Bereavement Service. 

 I am happy to provide emergency and/ or  regular supervision for your agency, on  both an individual and group basis. 


One 2 One supervision.

Discounted supervision may be available for  student counselors on Low Income. Please inquire with me. 

Standard Cost £50 Per Hour

Group Supervision - 1.5 Hours with 3 supervisor's 

£50 each. 

Fee's can be negotiated on a case by case basis, depending on the amount of work required and the number of supervises requiring supervision, travel arrangements etc.  

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Raynes Park

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access Unspecified

Types of client

Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
John Threadgold

John Threadgold