Jeanette Howlett

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MBACP (accred), PG.Dip Couns, Cert Couples Couns, Dip Sup
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Bristol BS16 & Cirencester GL7
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Supervision details

I am a Qualified Relational Supervisor and have been practicing as a therapist for 25 years.  I have an Advanced Diploma in Relational Supervision from Severn Talking Therapy.  I offer supervision for counsellors working with individuals and couples and non-managerial supervision for workers within organisations. I believe that the relationship with our clients is central to the therapeutic process and in the relationship within supervision is also central; to create a space where it is safe to explore issues within our work and our personal and professional development.   In addition to my counselling experience I worked for 30 years in the 3rd Sector with a variety of supervisory and managerial roles with both employees and volunteers and bring to the supervisory role an understanding of organisational dynamics.  I can work with individuals or groups/organisations. I have also had 13 years experience of working with the EAP Sector.  I am currently supervisor for a number of counsellors in local counselling organisations and providing non-managerial supervision for non-counsellors within the 3rd sector. I offer supervision online currently.   Fees: £60 for 1 hour £90 for 1.5 Hours.  I can offer reduced fees to student counsellors and counsellors just starting out in private practice.

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)

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British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
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Bristol, Avon, BS16

Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7

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I am a qualified relational supervisor with 25 years experience as a counsellor and 10 years as a couples counsellor.

Jeanette Howlett
Jeanette Howlett