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I'm a BACP accredited Counsellor with over 18 years of experience in therapy. 
I offer Supervision loosely based on the 7-eyed model Supervision model but work this in a Humanistic and flexible way, and offer you supervision which helps you grow as a counsellor and also as a person.

My supervision training has been varied, with different models of working, but see my years of experience and over 11,000 client hours as the best training I've received, and even now I learn so much from the people I supervise, listening to their knowledge and experiences and appreciating this as a wonderful learning curve for me.

My current supervision list is working with 11 individuals and 1 group of 2 

I feel very strongly that our work together is a joint enterprise, where you won’t feel judged, where I’m not in a more powerful position than you, and together we can make the supervision informative and space to grow as a counsellor.  I work with you in a very professional manner but also make sure the supervision is an enjoyable experience.

I offer a free 20-30 min phone call initially so you have a chance to see if I'm the right supervisor for you, and if I am, we can discuss a work ‘contract’ and book the first supervision session. I see counsellors from local areas such as Marchwood, Lymington, Hythe and Southampton, as well as Winchester and via On-line, all areas of the UK and some in Europe and Scandinavia. 

I also offer supervision by telephone and Online

My fee is £60 per 1 hour; face-to-face, telephone or Online

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Tom Buckland Psychotherapist, Supervisor & Couple Counsellor. MBACP (Accred)

Tom Buckland Psychotherapist, Supervisor & Couple Counsellor. MBACP (Accred)