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My aim is to foster an environment where the supervisee is willing to be open with her/him self, and have an ability to share their client work and the thoughts and actions around this.  As our relationship grows the supervisee will have a readiness to be open and embrace suggestion which comes through our dialogue and an exchange of ideas.  Developing in ethical competence, confidence, compassion and creativity and to carry out the specific task that of working therapeutically with the client.

I offer  a time and space for the supervisee to equip her/himself with these necessary tools in an environment that is safe.

I  can you offer consultative support, individually and in groups and very I am happy to work with supervisees from all modalities,  during training and post qualification.  I am experienced in supervising trainee counsellors on placement undertaking Person Centred courses. 

I trained with CASCADE Associates (established by Brigid Proctor and Francesca Inskipp) and am currently engaged in a supervision development group to further establish my understanding and skills in supervision. 

Approved Supervisor at The Metanoia Institute London W5,  Amersham & Wycombe College  in Buckinghamshire, and at Hillingdon’s Action Group for Addiction Management, West London.   

I charge £55 for a one-hour individual session, Group rates are negotiable and  some concessions may be available so please ask.

Please feel free to contact me, by email or telephone, so that we can discuss your supervision needs.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Suzanne Walsh MBACP(Accred)UKRCP Reg. Counsellor Psychotherapist Supervisor

Suzanne Walsh MBACP(Accred)UKRCP Reg. Counsellor Psychotherapist Supervisor