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Rachel Wesley, BSc (Hons), PG (Dip) in Counselling, Reg MBACP and EMDR UK

Coaching and clinical supervision offered to individuals working in the education and care sectors ie therapists, mental health workers, teachers, social workers, nurses. Supervision offered is face to face, group facilitation and also via Skype.

I offer a person-centred and collaborative supervision model, the 7 even-eyed Model sometimes called the Process Model. However I am an integrative therapist and as a supervisor, I also integrate the IDM model into my practice, adjusting approaches as the supervision relationship requires and where relevant for the supervisee and their client group.

I have extensive experience of working in a variety of NHS, education, social care and voluntary settings. A flexible and collaborative approach is offered that firstly focusses on the wellbeing of the supervisee then on caseload management and if appropriate, training.

Many students have commented that they have found working with me has opened up how beneficial a bio-psycho-social model approach has helped their clients and personal development. I have worked in primary/secondary NHS settings, along with occupational health and private practice so can offer support in terms of seeking job opportunities and setting up private practice.

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Chorley, Preston

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access

Bolton, Chorley and Preston premises


Day time and evening sessions available from clinics in Bolton, Chorley and Preston (Fulwood area).

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Rachel Wesley, BSc (Hons), PG (Dip) in Counselling, Reg MBACP and EMDR UK

Rachel Wesley, BSc (Hons), PG (Dip) in Counselling, Reg MBACP and EMDR UK