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I offer individual and small group supervision, to both qualified and trainee counsellors.

I work with the Inskipp & Proctor Model and the Seven Eyed Model of supervision in an integrative way. Rather than working solely with my original core theoretical model, I  enjoy working creatively and collaboratively with your theoretical model. I want this to be a relationship that promotes equality between us, and view collaborative working with your theoretical model as a way to ensure that both of us can learn from one another in different ways. 

I view the supervision relationship as collaborative and actively work to ensure that this relationship is a place in which you are able to grow as a practitioner with me. Supervision is a chance to recharge and review both yourself and your work with your clients. An ideal place to look after yourself as well as your clients, I hope to offer you a place where you feel rejuvenated.

Supervision is your opportunity to reflect with me on your clients and the interventions you've chosen, the transference between you and your clients and the parallel process that may be enacted between us as a result.

Supervision is also an opportunity for you to consider your practice and where you might want to develop it in the future

Individual supervision is £50 per hour. 
Group supervision is £10 per person per hour - small groups of 3/4 counsellors for 3 hours

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages Afrikaans


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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Mandy Martin MBACP (Reg.)

Mandy Martin MBACP (Reg.)