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I offer supervision for trainee and qualified counsellors/psychotherapists and others in the caring professions. I use an integrative approach together with the model of my supervision training at The Centre for Supervision and Team Development.

As a therapist I work with both short-term and open-ended contracts and so can support supervisees working within either or both.

In appreciating my own experiences of clinical supervision I believe in a collaboration that supports and promotes my supervisees' individuality while providing a space for development.
Most of my work is concerned with mainstream issues but in addition I have a special interest in adult ADHD and can also offer supervision for coaches, counsellors, clinical psychologists and nurses who are working in this relatively new area.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the counsellor to discuss the options available.

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Wheelchair user access


Weekdays during the day. No availability after 6pm

Types of client

Older adults
Sue Dives MA (Psychotherapy and Counselling), AdvDip, DipSup'v, UKCPreg, MBACP

Sue Dives MA (Psychotherapy and Counselling), AdvDip, DipSup'v, UKCPreg, MBACP