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Sanga Burrough MBACP (Accred.), BA (Hons), Dip. Youth, Cert. Bereavement

Winchester, Hampshire, SO23
07531 646148 07531 646148 Registered / Accredited
Winchester, Hampshire, SO23

Supervision is about a collaborative relationship, co-creating a safe and contained framework for growth and healing of the therapist. The essence of the work focusing openly and honestly on clinical material in the best interests of the client. I believe its an environment to be empowered to explore any areas of success, concern or difficulty in the knowledge that the purpose of the work is to assist your development, rather than to be judged.

I am experienced in both group and 1:1 supervision. 

Have you or your colleagues thought of creating a group for supervision? I am happy to collaborate to offer supervision of a group - please contact me to discuss further.

I have trained as an integrative relational supervisor and provide supervision for trainees and experienced counsellors and psychotherapists.  I specialise in trauma, systemic approaches. Please read my counsellor profile to know my other qualifications and experience.

Please contact me if you are interested for a free 30min meeting.

I charge £60/hr thereafter and offer reduced rates for trainee therapists in 1:1 supervision or a group.

Diploma in Clinical Supervision, 2014

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Winchester
Hampshire
SO23

Type of session

In person
Online
Phone
Home visits

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Wheelchair user access

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Types of client

Young people
Adults
Older adults
Couples
Families
Organisations
Employee Assistance Programme
Sanga Burrough MBACP (Accred.), BA (Hons), Dip. Youth, Cert. Bereavement

Sanga Burrough MBACP (Accred.), BA (Hons), Dip. Youth, Cert. Bereavement