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In these unprecedented times, I am offering online supervision on by video meeting by Zoom or telephone.

I am  qualified in Diploma in Individual and Group Supervision.   
I aim to provide a supportive, reflective, non-judgmental space where supervisees can grow and therefore establish the foundations for a meaningful and significant place to explore their own counselling practice and the needs of their clients.
In my supervision practice, I aim for the process to be collaborative in which I work with the supervisee to explore their work reflectively.
My role is a mix of education, mentoring, holding the ethical position and ensuring safety of the supervisee and the supervisee's clients.
My supervision is based on the Relational and Person Centred Approach where the core of supervision is the relationship between the supervisee and the supervisor. Fundamental to the relationship is good rapport and a working alliance.
I feel very passionate about supporting other therapists to develop their own potential and areas of specialist interest and I have a wealth of experience with adult, children and young people.
I offer clinical supervision to trainee and qualified counsellors and psychotherapists and work closely with  training organisations eg.- Colleges and Universities
Reduced fees are available to trainee counsellors. 
I have rooms in Wakefield city centre and Pontefract.
I also can be flexible and offer a variety of ways of delivery to suit your needs.
SKYPE, Facetime, Email,and telephone supervision can be used to help with holidays, childcare etc.
Please contact me via email or phone for more information.

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Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

Key details

DBS checked
Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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Telephone supervision

In these unprecedented times, I am offering online supervision on by video meeting by Zoom or telephone.

Sally Kirkbright MBACP

Sally Kirkbright MBACP