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I am a Counselling Supervisor who works with Trainee and Practising Counsellors. I  provide both Individual and Group Supervision.

My qualifications include a Post Graduate Certificate in Counselling Supervision ( Gloucester University).

I am an Integrative/Supervisor using three supervision models. I am attentive to restorative tasks( Inskipp & Proctor,1993) that involve the provision of space for change, to explore opportunities or discharge emotions and re-charge energies, ideas and creativities. When applying Hawkins& Shohet (2000) model of supervision, my main focus is on the '5th eye' i.e. my relationship with my supervisee in the here and now. Furthermore I primarily focus on stage 3- 'space' and a subdivision of stage 1 'relationship' (Page & Woskett,2001).

As a Supervisor for student trainees I support them in their development and training as counsellors. Also as Supervisor I aim to ensure that my supervisee are  addressing  their and their client's needs and monitor the relationship(Counsellor/client) by focusing on my relationship with my supervisee.The relationship between supervisor and supervisee is the heart of the matter.

I provide independent counselling supervision in accordance with BACP's Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy.

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Jewellery Business Center
95 Spencer Street
Jewellery Quarter
West Midlands
B18 6DA

West Midlands

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages English, Hindi, Urdu and Gujrati


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Wheelchair user access

Types of client

Young people
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Meena Jogia

Meena Jogia