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Angela Dierks, BA (Hons), MStud (Oxon), MA Integrative Counselling, MBACP (Acc)

London, Greater London, N14 7BH
07506771489 07506771489 Registered / Accredited
London, Greater London, N14 7BH

I have a Diploma in Clinical Supervision (CPPD) and provide supervision for work with individual clients or for couples therapy.  I work integratively as a supervisor drawing on different modalities, including psychodynamic, humanistic and CBT approaches to counselling and psychotherapy and focusing on the relational process between therapist and client. I consider the goal of supervision to enable my supervisee to do their work as a therapist as best as they can in relating to their clients and supporting the clients in their quest for understanding and change. 

As a supervisor I aim to provide a supportive environment where supervisees are enabled to be as open as possible, where learning can take place in a trusting relationship and where challenges can take place without being undermining or shameful.

I work with individual supervisees as well as small groups and I am experienced at working with therapists at various stages of experience in their career and working in different modalities.

I currently supervise experienced therapists on an associate placement scheme in a university student counselling service as well as trainee supervisees who are in their first and second year of an MSc in counselling.

My fee is £60 per hour for individual supervision.

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Conway Road
Palmers Green/Southgate
London
Greater London
N14 7BH

Type of session

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Online
Phone
Home visits

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Sign language Unspecified
Other languages German

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Angela  Dierks, BA (Hons), MStud (Oxon), MA Integrative Counselling, MBACP (Acc)

Angela Dierks, BA (Hons), MStud (Oxon), MA Integrative Counselling, MBACP (Acc)