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My private counselling and supervision practice is in Epsom, Surrey with onsite parking.  I work from a dedicated consulting room which is accessible, private and comfortable.

I also work at Guildford College of Further and Higher Education, the YMCA Redhill and Eikon in Chertsey where I provide group and one-to-one supervision to voluntary and paid counsellors and youth workers.

I offer individual and group supervision using Hawkins and Shohet's process model.

Purpose of meeting: This is a collaborative partnership where both parties seek to give the best possible service to the client.  This includes:

Working with ethical competence - Emotional and spiritual restoration - Appropriate training, professional development and being aware of personal development needs.

The Supervisor aims to: Create a supportive and safe environment and to monitor the standards of practice of the supervisee - Be transparent and honest with feedback, but in an encouraging and affirming manner - Be developmental in providing insight.

The Supervisee aims to: Share work in a focussed manner - Be open to feedback -Take action on feedback where necessary between sessions.

I gained my Therapeutic Supervision Diploma in Counselling (level 6 degree equivalent) in 2010.
I offer individual and/or group supervision from my pratice based in Ewell, Epsom or I can travel to you.

Fees: £70 per hour. Reduced fee available for trainees and counsellors in voluntary placements.

Check out my website for further information: www.joatkinscounselling.co.uk

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Cheam Road
KT17 1SN

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the counsellor to discuss the options available.

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Wheelchair user access


Monday 8am to 8pm. Tuesday 8am to 7pm. Wednesday 8am to 8pm. Thursday 8am to 8pm. Adhoc appointments on Fridays and Saturdays.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Jo Atkins - BA Hons Counselling. MBACP Accredited member. Dip Supervision

Jo Atkins - BA Hons Counselling. MBACP Accredited member. Dip Supervision