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  I am a highly experienced counsellor and am offering my services as a clinical supervisor. 
  Having worked as a counsellor for the past 9 years and a supervisor for the past 4 in both private and organisational settings. 

  I seek throughout my work to empower those I work with. Using an appreciative inquiry approach reflecting on our clients, our profession and ourselves. I seek to develop a collaborative  relationship with all my supervisees where we can explore the individual experience of being in a relationship with clients. So this can aid the supervisee's in their therapeutic relationship with their client.

 When supervising I work using the seven mode model developed by Robin Shohet and his team at C.S.T.D. Those wishing to read about this this method I can highly recommend the book  Passionate Supervision co-authored by Robin Shohet. 
I am available:

Monday day time and evening
Wednesday day time and evening
Friday day time and evening
Saturday morning

My fees are tailored to the individual. I charge whatever the individual charges or earns per hour.

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Christ Church
Redford Way

33 Convent Road
TW15 2HJ

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Older adults
Paul Watmore

Paul Watmore