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Registered MBACP Accredited

Supervision details

I have been providing supervision to counsellors from different modalities alongside PsychD Counselling Psychology students for many years, helping them with their understanding and working within, a Person Centred and Existential framework. I invite a very collaborative approach exploring hidden meaning and transference within the client- counsellor relationship. From my experience most Counsellors have an excellent grasp of their understanding of client work but need to be given the space to explore the unsaid and the parallel process that can operate both within the Client/Counsellor and Counsellor/Supervisor relationships. Through supervision I will provide you the space to explore your own concepts and process, around the work you undertake with your clients in a non-judgemental way, with both of us seeking to provide the best therapy possible for your clients. if you want to find out more, ask questions, meet up for a preliminary fact-finding session please feel free to call me or email. I look forward to hearing from you and discussing your supervision requirements.

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Walnut Tree Close, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4UQ

Godalming, Surrey, GU7

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I have been providing supervision to counsellors from different modalities alongside PsychD Counselling Psychology students for many years, helping them with their understanding and working within, a Person Centred and Existential framework.

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