Supervisor Profile

Louise Tully Verified Professional Verified Professional
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Supervision details

I have a Diploma in Supervision and a Diploma in Online Supervision.  My background is person-centred but I am able to work more integratively depending on your client work.  I have worked as a counsellor in a GP surgery, prison, private practice, IAPT service and the voluntary sector.  You can find out more about my practice on my therapy profile on this site.   My aim as a supervisor is to help you feel supported, challenged and held; to help you develop in your practice and to help ensure the well being of your clients.   I enjoy working with student/trainee counsellors, offering support in the early days of your practice as you get up and running.  I offer a space where you can feel both nurtured and challenged in your development.  I also enjoy my practice with qualified and more experienced therapists.   Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the supervision that I offer or if you would like to arrange an initial chat to see if we are a good fit. I also have a BA (Hons) in Community Justice, and a Diploma in Probation Studies and I can offer supervision to teachers, social workers, probation officers and other professionals who feel that they need external supervision away from the workplace. 

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Liverpool, Merseyside, L17

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Online platforms

VSee
Zoom

Type of session

In person
Online
Phone

I am an experienced counsellor and supervisor with a particular interest in gender, sexuality and relationship diverse clients (LGBTQIA*)