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I hold a BA in Humanistic Counselling, a Certificate in Supervision, I have extensive experience of supervising groups and individuals in a variety of settings and I have taught Gestalt therapy to diploma level.  My style of supervision is based on the Seven-Eyed Supervision Model of Hawkins & Shohet and incorporates Michael Carroll's 'Tasks of Supervision' Model.

In my view, supervision is about you first and foremost, is essential to personal and professional development, and is a key factor in avoiding burnout.  I provide a safe, supportive environment where you can explore your client work using a range of theoretical models, including Gestalt, Existential, Person-Centred and Somatic.

My counselling practice, supervision practice, teaching practice, and personal philosophy of counselling are based in the Humanistic paradigm.  My supervision work covers individual and group supervision.

The BACP requires accredited counsellors to have a minimum of 1.5 hours one-to-one supervision per month, and this requirement is often stipulated by counselling course providers too. I therefore offer both 60 and 90 minute supervision sessions.

My fee for supervision is £55 per 60 minute session or £80 per 90 minute session.  I offer a limited number of reduced-rate supervision places to trainee therapists who have not yet gained their diploma.

Please visit my website for in-depth information about my supervision practice, here: www.livingtherapy.co.uk/counselling-supervision

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Older adults


Mike Eustace MBACP (Accred)

Mike Eustace MBACP (Accred)