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As a supervisor my aim is to create a safe space where there is equality and mutuality and where you can reflect on your clients externally, internally and systemically. I am integrative in my theoretical approach, offering a supervisory practice within which you identify issues that you need help with, feel open to feedback and decide what feedback is helpful to you. Supervision works at its best when we are both open to learning and developing as practitioners, working safely and ethically within the BACP's ethical framework, with due regard to the care of our clients and our own self-care. When we meet for the first time we will discuss and agree a contract for how we will work together, which we will review regularly to ensure you are getting the most from your supervision.

I usually work face to face but also have experience of working, online and over the phone which is how I am currently offering sessions. I work with student counsellors and of more experienced therapists, both 1:1 and in groups and I have supervised both privately and in a training placement context. My practice room is warm and comfortable, with very good transport links. 

Ideally supervision takes place fortnightly so we have enough time to focus on the most important issues rather than spending time'catching up'. However, monthly support can work if your practice is small or you have other support in place, so we can talk about this when you contact me.

I currently have both daytime and evening slots available. My fees are £50 per session.

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10 & 12 The Shrubberies
Electric Parade
South Woodford
E18 1BD

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Wheelchair user access

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Deborah Spraggon Registered MBACP (Accred)

Deborah Spraggon Registered MBACP (Accred)