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Alison Moore Registered BACP & MNCS Accredited Counsellor; Supervisor

Blandford Forum, Dorset, DT11
01258 577570 01258 577570 Registered / Accredited
Blandford Forum, Dorset, DT11


I offer professional supervision to Counsellors, Psychotherapists and Trainees from my practise on the edge of Blandford Forum.

Building on 25 years management experience, I have expanded my Counselling Practice into Supervision. I have a Post Graduate Certificate in Counselling Supervision from University of Gloucestershire, and I adhere to the BACP and NCS ethical frameworks. I am an experienced counsellor, accredited with both.

I work in an Integrative way, always keeping my original Humanistic training in mind. I have a keen interest in Mindfulness based practice.

I offer supervision on an individual or group basis, and I am guided by Inskipp & Proctor’s Normative, Formative Restorative supervision model. This means that I see Supervision as time and space for reflection, thought and, perhaps, gentle, supportive challenge to help you with your clients, as well as your own personal well-being.

I am passionate about us being the best we can be, and feel privileged to be able to be with others on their journey.

I have counselling experience from a variety of settings:

  • GP Surgery
  • Occupational Health Counsellor
  • NHS Trust
  • Voluntary settings
  • Employee Assistance Programmes (EAP)
  • Private Practice

I am a qualified trainer, delivering currently on Counselling Training programmes, which keeps me up to date with current thinking and challenges.

I offer sessions flexibly, with some evening and weekend availability, so that I can support you outside of ‘9 – 5’.

Please email alison@agoodplace.co or telephone 01258 577570 to arrange an initial consultation.

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Higher Shaftesbury Road
Blandford Forum

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access

My rooms are up one flight of stairs. With notice I can arrange a wheelchair accessible room


I offer daytime, evening and some weekend sessions. Sessions can be Video call or by phone.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Alison Moore Registered BACP & MNCS Accredited Counsellor; Supervisor

Alison Moore Registered BACP & MNCS Accredited Counsellor; Supervisor