Martin Wilks

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Chartered Counselling Psychologist
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Woodbridge IP12 & Felixstowe IP11
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Supervision details

I supervised two London-based public sector counselling services from 1996-2010 and have accumulated many hundreds of hours of both group and individual supervision. I can specifically offer person-centred or integrative supervision upon request. I am particularly qualified, and experienced, to offer supervision for people practicing and exploring 3'rd wave or contextual CBT approaches informed by the mindfulness and acceptance tradition ACT & MBCT / MBSRI offer one to one and group supervision, face to face and via telephone, skype video conference and email.  In the latter case I like to make the opportunity for an initial in-person meeting.I am registered as a provider of clinical supervision by the British Psychological Society

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Flexible Psychological Solutions, 28 Fernhill Close, Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 1LB

The Ruby Centre, The Physiotherapy Practice, 25 Princes Rd, Felixstowe, Suffolk, IP11 7QY

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I supervised two London-based public sector counselling services from 1996-2010 and have accumulated many hundreds of hours of both group and individual supervision.

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