ALL SUPERVISION IS ON-LINE
METANOIA INST. PRIMARY SUPERVISOR (INTEGRATIVE) a SUPERVISION FOR COUPLES WORK & INDIVIDUALS.
I am a very experienced Integrative Psychotherapist with a specialism in trauma counselling &in the Psycho-Sexual field; trainer to degree level of counselling & previously Manager of a counselling agency. As a COSRT accredited practitioner I am happy to supervise counsellors/ therapists and trainees who work with both couples and individuals. UKCP /BACP snr/COSRT accred.
SUPERVISION for Psychotherapy, Counselling & Psycho-Sexual work ; individual & couples
.MY QUALIFICATIONS: PG Cert Clinical Supervision. (Metanoia) Level 7 2012
M.Sc. Integrative Psychotherapy. UKCP Level 8 2010 PG Dip. Psycho-Sexual & Relational Therapy. Level 7 2014BA (Hons) Theology & Counselling. Level 6 2006 UKCP REG, 2010 COSRT (accred) 2016 BACP senior accreditation 2010/ 2016 ALSO: IFS (systemic) , CBT, CRM (advanced trauma), EFT(couples)
My own modality is Integrative and Relational. I like to work wholistically and am happy to sit with a spiritual context. My work embraces Trauma models, Attachment theory, psychodynamic & psycho-sexual theory .I have been practicing as a counsellor and psychotherapist for over 15 years, have lectured Counselling at L5 & 6 (ie Degree & Diploma) and also supervise UKCP students and practitioners. MY APPROACH to your supervision: Integrative and relational and, I hope, creative. I use the Double Matrix (7 Eyed) model of Supervision as a backdrop to my work. MY PHILOSOPHY:I believe that the Supervision should be a nurturing, enabling and respectful relationship. There is a strongly supportive & developmental theme to my work but also hope that we can explore and learn around your client work together. I hope that honesty, integrity and curiosity will be hallmarks of our time & that you will find a safe place with me to offload all your queries, reactions, transferences & projections , successes and failures to your client work !! I believe that whoever you choose to work with , you should be able to be honest and open with your Supervisor. That's why its important to get on together while still holding the Supervisory frame and remaining ethical & competent.I aim to see you develop to be a safe practitioner & for you to know how to look after yourself in this difficult but exciting work . I love my work and will enjoy supporting you in yours.I am a teacher originally and now a highly qualified & very experienced Integrative practitioner. I have experience in bereavement counselling and working with trauma and more specifically with psycho-sexual issues. My work includes gender and identity issues as well as displacement, depression & anxiety. I enjoy working with and supervising couples work. As an INTEGRATIVE practitioner I take a wholistic/ transpersonal approach to my work and enjoy creative approaches. I might use these in Supervision as well as my own client work in order to encourage an internal connection which might help make more sense of the inner world and behaviours. Charges: Graduates/Qualified: £65ph Concession: students requiring fortnightly supervision. Once agreed, student rates wont change for the 3 years duration of training if sessions are weekly.
I work on : Tuesday, Wednesday &Thursdays NB ALL SUPERVISION IS NOW ON-LINE (zoom) My special interest is trauma for both individuals and couples. If you wish to talk to me further about Supervision please do phone me. If you want to book an appointment I will suggest an Initial Assessment so that we can see if we suit each other. I believe it is vital that we are open should both feel that we can work together. I look forward to hearing from you. CAROLYN POWELL. UKCP. BACP ( Snr accred) COSRT(accred)MSc Integ Psych. PG Dip Psycho-Sexual.BA (hons),
College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT)
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UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)
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British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)
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