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I have been a qualified Supervisor for a number of years and, this may be an age thing or just brought about by the passage of time, but increasingly I find that I really really appreciate the work that my supervisees do and enjoy working with them and learning new stuff. It keeps me on my toes.

I am involved in supervising a school's counselling service  as well as supervising individual counsellors in private practice and those working in a variety of organisations and workplaces . These may be therapists who are just starting out , trainee counsellors or experienced counsellors.

In my work as a  supervisor  I offer individual and group supervision for therapists working with all ages. My area of expertise is across the board from children, young people through to adults.

I am very happy to discuss how I work , my fees and, my theoretical and practical stance.

Please do give me a call ( 01306 730126) answer phone, or e-mail me.  I don't have a mobile number to offer as  the signal here is patchy !

I am very happy to discuss your needs and help you in your search to find a supervisor who will support you in the work that you do.

I am only working on -line at the moment . Back in March I was new to it , however, recent feedback says that I am getting the hang of it . I am not entirely sure if that is a compliment or not ! 

Take care,


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Holmbury St. Mary


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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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Alison Colvile BA (Hons)Reg.MBACP (Accred)

Alison Colvile BA (Hons)Reg.MBACP (Accred)