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I am an interative practitioner and I have been in practice as a supervisor for 18 years. I initially worked as children's therapist for the NSPCC, alongside working as a supervisor and counselling tutor in colleges. In 2001 I moved to Cheltenham, were I was employed by a national fostering agency as a therapist and later opened a private practice in 2003. I now work part-time as a psychotherapists in the NHS in perinatal psychiatry and also continue with my private practice, just outside Tewkesbury.

I supervise both individuals and groups privately and within organisations. I am available for individual and group supervision.

I originally trained in systemic family therapy and then creative arts therapy with children (based upon Jungian psychoanalytic theory). I am also extensively trained in attachment theory and working with early childhood trauma. I am a qualified integrative counsellor/supervisor and I have undertaken post-gradutate training in narrative and solution focused approaches along with CBT, CFT, ACT and EMDR. Much of my NHS work is also working with PTSD and EUPD. I have been qualified for 30 years and I believe that my training and experience enables me to work both creatively and collaboratively with both clients and supervisees alike to achieve best outcomes. 

I am a fully qualified qualified supervisor and I am also a MBACP accredited practitioner and UKRC registered.

Fee: £55 per hour and £80 per 1.5 hour for individual supervision sessions 
I may be able to offer a Small concession at times for students, dependant upon availability, please ask.
Fee for group supervision: Varies, please ask

Please view my counselling profile for more information about me.

I am trained and experienced in providing both telephone and video therapy and supervision

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Types of client

Young people
Employee Assistance Programme

Key details

Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the counsellor to discuss the options available.

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My premises have wheelchair access and I also offer video and telephone counselling

Type of session

In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

An integrative Psychotherapist with specialisms in supervision working with children & young people, attachment, trauma and perinatal illness

Lorraine Cooper

Lorraine Cooper