Supervisor Profile

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MNCS (acc), reg MBACP, MGHT Counsellor, Supervisor, Therapist

Supervision details

I offer one to one counselling Supervision, group supervision and supervision Online and Telephone. Whether you're looking for the 1 1/2 hour per month bacp recommended requirements or to top up an existing supervision arrangement, we can discuss your supervision needs and come up with a suitable safe practice agreement.As a counselling practitioner I myself work Integratively with my main training coming from a Person centred and CBT perspective, but I also have training and understanding in several other theories including, Gestalt, Psychodynamic, TA, MI, MET, Mindfulness and solution focused therapy.As a supervisor, I want to make sure that you get a true sense of support and I understand that practitioners personally develop in different ways, so whether you prefer to sit down and openly discuss your cases or prefer a more active visual approach to explore your client work then this is something I'm willing to work alongside you with.I work within the boundaries of the BACP Ethical Framework.Concessions available to volunteer counsellors and students.please contact me or see my website for more information;;Accredited Level 7 Post graduate certificate in Counselling SupervisionNCS Accredited Level 7 Advanced Diploma in Counselling Supervision

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Taunton, Somerset, TA1

Key details

Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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Lift access to my room.

Type of session

In person

I offer one to one counselling Supervision, group supervision and supervision Online and Telephone.