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I am an MBACP registered and Accredited Integrative Counsellor with an Advanced Specialist Diploma in Clinical Supervision and 10 years counselling experience. I offer supervision face to face or online via Zoom. 

I have completed over 100 hours of CPD in online and telephone counselling and work with clients face to face, online, by telephone and email. 

I see supervision as a joint endeavour in which the supervisor works with the supervisee to improve the quality of their work, continuously developing themselves and their practice.

My aim is to promote and safeguard the well-being of both my supervisees and the people they work with. Therapy is demanding and rewarding work. I help my supervisees grow and learn, build their confidence and competency and celebrate their successes. I offer a valuing and nourishing presence which allows reflection, exploration, challenge and insight to take place in an affirming, creative and good humoured manner. I will work with you in a way that meets your needs and is appropriate to your level of training and experience.

Although I was trained in a humanistic modality, I employ a wide range of approaches and perspectives in my work. I am also a qualified Teacher with an extensive background in learning support.

I have consulting rooms in Plymouth and Tavistock.

My fees for supervision are £40 per hour (£35 for student counsellors), or £52 for an hour and a half (£45 for student counsellors).

Please contact me at alison@cuthbertcounselling.co.uk or telephone 07980 442 171


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Abbey Mead Natural Health Centre
7 Plymouth Road
PL19 8AU

Plymouth Natural Health And Healing Centre
175 Outland Road

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

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Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Alison Jackson BA (Hons) Adv Dip Couns Adv Dip Supervision Reg MBACP (Accred)

Alison Jackson BA (Hons) Adv Dip Couns Adv Dip Supervision Reg MBACP (Accred)