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Dominique Gaveaux

Bristol, BS8 3EB
0117 970 6543 0117 970 6543 Registered / Accredited

I give supervision to counsellors and psychotherapists. I consider that supervision should be a working alliance that is formative, informative and supportive. The dialogue with supervisees is a way for two colleagues to relate to each other and a place where I don't hesitate to share my own experience.

My integrative background allows me to examine these different aspects:

  • the relationship between the therapist or counsellor and their clients
  • transference, counter transference and co-transference
  • the developmental needs of the clients
  • use of the main metaphors that characterise clients
  • exploration of impasses when they occur
  • respect for boundaries

These elements provide the necessary holding and support that supervision should ideally give. I respect the different approaches within a framework of boundaries and ethics.

I practise in accordance with the UKCP Code of Ethics and Practice, ensuring that I work in a safe and trustworthy way. My work with supervisees is itself supervised under the rules and regulations of the UK Council of Psychotherapy.

I offer supervision to individuals fortnightly or monthly.

Fees

Session (50 mins): £50

Session (90 mins): £65

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87c Pembroke Rd
Clifton
Bristol
BS8 3EB

Type of session

In person
Online
Phone
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None

Accessibility

Wheelchair user access

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Dominique Gaveaux

Dominique Gaveaux