Hello my name is Linda O'Hern, I am a Humanistic and Integrative, UKCP Registered Psychotherapist. I am a recognised Supervisor and Trainer of HIPC - UKCP's Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy College.
My modality is Transactional Analysis (TA). I am also a professional member of UKATA, EATA and ITAA (all TA related bodies) which means I can work with TA supervisees from a UK, European or International background too.
I offer individual, pairs and group supervision online.
Currently, I am taking a sabbatical from working as a core tutor on the MSc Integrative Psychotherapy Program at the Sherwood Institute in Nottingham. Working here means I am familiar with working with trainee psychotherapists.
I offer supervision to qualified and trainee Counsellors/Psychotherapists and hold a particular interest in working with TA trainee psychotherapists who are working towards written and oral examinations.
If you decide to work in a group (usually 3 people) you attend for 3 hours at £80.00 per person. You can usually claim all 3 hours of the supervision, although you would need to check this individually with your professional body. Meaning group supervision offers good value for money. Group supervision also provides a wider perspective and opens you to a richer experience.
If you want to work as a group it is usually helpful to approach me together. For more details about supervision, please contact +447540145075 or email email@example.com I look forward to talking with you.
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