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I am a very experienced intergrative pyshotherapist and qualified as a supervisor at diploma level. Please feel free to contact me for your supervision needs .
 
Seeking a new supervisor can often feel like a daunting task, whether you are at the beginning of your counselling journey or an experienced practitioner. My philosophy of supervision is to offer a "good enough" working alliance to facilitate your feeling both safe enough and challenged enough to risk changing and developing. Supervision is a two-way process of shared responsibilities between the supervisee and supervisor. These responsibilities will include monitoring the standards and ethics of your counselling practice. It will involve working to develop your skills, your knowledge and your understanding.

The supervision will also offer restorative time, wherein you will have opportunity to acknowledge held emotions, and to use this creative space to re-energise, re-focus and re-frame, or to evaluate other opportunities to work with this aspect of self. I have many years’ experience of working with a wide range of counselling issues, including depression, low self-esteem, stress, bereavement, relationship problems, anxiety, abuse and sexual issues. I offer face-to-face supervision and, when appropriate, supervision by telephone.


As a qualified supervisor, I have experience working with counsellors of all levels. and can adapt to meet each individual's need.
I offer face to face supervision and telephone supervision
My fees for qualified counsellors are £40 per 50 minute session
                                                 £60 per 1.5 hours
        students at a reduced rate of £30
                        telephone session £35

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Catherine Street
Frome
Somerset
BA11 1DA

Types of client

Children
Young people
Adults
Older adults
Couples
Employee Assistance Programme

Type of session

In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

Offering my vast experience of working with a lot of supervises over the years ranging from newly qualified to very experienced therapists.

Sarah Rycroft

Sarah Rycroft