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I have been supervising clinicians since 2011 as a clinical supervisor (also an experienced line manager and vice chairman of the board) at a busy agency in Nottingham providing psychological therapy within the community where I supervised trainee counsellors from Universities and other training facilities on placement. I now supervise newly qualified and experienced counsellors and psychotherapists mainly from a person centred or humanistic integrative modality. My initial training for supervision was within the agency and was experiential.

I have gained a distinction in the 'professional-supervision-for-counsellors-bps301' certification course which is accredited by ACCPH

Professional Supervision For Counsellors 100 Hours Certificate Course  

Professional supervision for psychologists and counsellors involves debriefing. Without the opportunity to discuss cases in a confidential professional situation, a professional can themselves begin to suffer from having to deal alone with a build-up of problems they confront regularly.  This course has been accredited at level 4, by ACCPH (Accredited Coaches, Counsellors, Psychotherapists and clinical Hypnotherapists). 

I am pleased to offer my supervision services to fully qualified and trainee counsellors and psychotherapists at my practice in Kimberley Nottinghamshire

My Fees are £40 per hour £60 per hour and a half

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The practice is on a driveway slope

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Matthew S Frazer MBACP Reg. UKPTS Dip.Couns Dip.Psychoth Dip.Psyc.st

Matthew S Frazer MBACP Reg. UKPTS Dip.Couns Dip.Psychoth Dip.Psyc.st