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I am on the UKCP and BACP supervisors' register. I am also registered with the United Kingdom Association of Transactional Analysts as a PTSTA which means I can supervise and train psychotherapy candidates up to CTA or Master's degree level.

I can provide supervision for any humanistic or integrative approach and my supervision is recognised by both UKCP and BACP.  I provide individual and group supervision.

I am well placed to support therapists in training with preparation for their exams as well as with their client work.

My approach to supervision is supportive and in contact where supervisor and supervisee co-create a supervisory experience that allows  exploration of client work, as well as development as a therapist. I help new supervisees to get the most out of supervision by encouraging an understanding of what supervision is, what the differences are to therapy, and how they can use supervision to increase their developmental direction.

I am a practising therapist and trainer, so my supervision approach is anchored in current practical experience.

I can provide supervision by Skype and telephone.

I am currently forming new groups.  If you would like to discuss joining a supervision group please contact me on 07990 517284.

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Kensington House Counselling Service Limited
15 St Mary's Road
Leamington Spa
CV31 1JW

CV34 5BZ

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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Day-time, evening and week-end appointments available.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Debbie Gillespie MSc Psych PGCD BACP (Accd) UKCP Psychotherapist & Supervisor

Debbie Gillespie MSc Psych PGCD BACP (Accd) UKCP Psychotherapist & Supervisor