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My approach to supervision is open and relaxed, to enable you to reflect on your client work through your process, recognising your feelings, thoughts, behaviours and general approach with your client work.   I may also challenge, as appropriate, to reflect on how you relate to your clients and the therapeutic relationship.    

I will encourage you to use the space work through any difficulties and recognise what's going well. 

I work alongside Shohet's 'The Seven-Eyed Model of Supervision' as a guide and format to the supervision process.   

The Supervision relationship can develop over time and I can provide you with a space to reflect, consider how to continue to work with your clients and explore this together.

My supervision training has included:

 - 2009 - Certificate in Supervision 

 - 2014 - PG Diploma in Supervision

-  2016 - Certificate in skills/theory in Supervision (update training) 

I keep up to date with ongoing CPD around supervision in line with BACP requirements.

I have been working as a Supervisor for the past 10 years with organisations: SYEDA (South Yorkshire Eating Disorders Association), Nottinghamshire Mind and in my private practice. 

In my private practice I have been working with 2 supervisees for the past 5 years who are qualified counsellors working towards BACP Accreditation and 1 supervisee who is an ISVA (Independent Sexual Violence Advisor) for the past 3 years. 

In February 2020, I gained BACP Senior Accreditation, after being accredited since 2012.    I am happy to support you in the process of becoming an accredited Counsellor, if needed.

My fees for supervision are:

 - £40 for 1 hour

    £60 for 1.5 hours.

I offer an initial free 30 minute 'get to know each other' session. Please contact me for further details.  

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77 Debdale Way
Mansfield Woodhouse
NG18 5HS

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access


Monday-Thursday:  09.00-19.00

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Paula Brown - Individual Counselling & Clinical Supervision

Paula Brown - Individual Counselling & Clinical Supervision