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I am a UKCP-registered supervisor, having completed a full training course in 2006. My approach is integrative and quite wide-ranging, with an occasional nod to the transpersonal tradition of my primary training. My preference is for one-to-one supervision in person, but I am happy to use phone or Skype/Facetime if it works.

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6 Queens Road

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Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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I'm afraid wheelchair access at the premises would not be practicable or safe, but I am prepared to consider online work.

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Older adults


Bret Collins    (UKCP registered, Relate trained)

Bret Collins (UKCP registered, Relate trained)