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Hello, I am a person centred and CBT counsellor offering supervision.

I am a registered member of the BACP.

I have some flexibility re days available, circumstances can change and I understand that.
I hold a degree in counselling, diploma in CBT,  Young persons safety training, rape crisis training and too much numerous Cpd hours to type out.

I worked for rape crisis and managed the referals process and new counsellors for Grimsby division for several years and this work taught me a lot.

I hold a clinical certificate in supervision approved by the British Psychological society, I did this qualification because I found it more focused than some of the counselling supervision training offered. I have been supervising for over 6 years now in private and the voluntary sector.

I am available to contact me in an emergency, if you left a message I would always get back to you as soon as possible.  And you would be aware of my schedule in if I was away, I.e out of the country etc and we could work round that.

I am primarily a person centred counsellor , integrated with CBT, solution focused. However as a supervisor I think it's not the type of counsellor I am but my approach to you as a supervisor.  I.e I believe I can work with a different type of therapist to my self as the process for the clients and counsellor still exists.  I like to keep supervision sessions focused with room for movement however I think it's good to have a structure for both of us, you are just as much responsible for the session as I am.

I have worked with supervisee's whilst they are on placement at it's my right charity that works with clients who have suffered sexual and domestic violence.  And students and qualified counsellors in my private practice based in North Cotes.

please contact me for more details.

I charge students £40 for 1.5hrs 
fully qualified £45 for 1.5hrs

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North Cotes
N.E. Lincolnshire

Type of session

In person
Home visits

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Young people
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Geraldine Sellars Counsellor & supervisor Registered Member MBACP (Accred)

Geraldine Sellars Counsellor & supervisor Registered Member MBACP (Accred)