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I believe that as well as an ethical requirement, supervision is invaluable to therapists as a safe and confidential space to be heard and to process and reflect on our work with clients.  My own supervision is supportive, encouraging, informative (often illuminating!) and  there is a wonderful relationship built on trust and connection.  This is what I want to offer you as a supervisee.   

I am based in Gotham, between Clifton and Nottingham and have ample off road parking.  There is a regular bus from Nottingham City.

If you are looking for supervision, please reach out..  

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Wheelchair user access

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Jo Newstead (BACP Accredited)

Jo Newstead (BACP Accredited)