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I offer Person Centred Supervision for Person Centred and Person Centred - Integrative Practitioners. I offer a creative perspective - I am trained in the Seven-Eyed Model of Supervision and undertaken CPD in Creative Supervision.           

The Working Alliance: negotiating how we will work together, plays a central, key role in the development of our therapeutic relationship: How do you want explore and develop alongside experiencing my training and understanding? All of this is given space and time, so we can develop a therapeutic working alliance that is creative, inclusive and gently challenging. 

Supervision at its very nature is concerned with harnessing different perspectives, to improve the quality of the work thereby transforming client relationships while continually developing practitioners and their practice - and that is my ethos and understanding of my Supervisory role.

By offering the core conditions -  I like to create permissive, creative and safe environments where we can explore without judgement and communicate from a place of support and emapthic​-​challege - aiming for a deeper focus to the work.

Rates:                                                                                                                          Qualified practitioners I charge £47 an hour - £70 for 1.5 hours                        Students, I have a concessionary rate of £25 an hour - £37 for 1.5 hours

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access Unspecified

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Sarah Burnet BA,Dip IntegCouns MBACP

Sarah Burnet BA,Dip IntegCouns MBACP