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I am a person centred supervisor and work mainly but not exclusively with person centred therapists, having worked with therapists from other modalities in the past.

The person centred approach informs my supervision work, so its the counsellor is the best expert of their work and practice. I seek to get some sense of the therapists work world, including their relationship with their client. I would hope to share any relevant skill and experience, if appropriate. My hope is that supervision becomes the meeting of two colleagues in a shared professional experience, embodying the principles of Carl Rogers 3 central conditions.

I am an experienced supervisor, working in private practice and previously for the  NHS with Coventry IAPT, qualifying at Warwick University achieving the Advanced Diploma in Person Centred Supervision Of Counsellors and psychotherapists. 

If you are considering working with me in supervision I offer an initial assessment, so we can establish if we can work together.  I offer Skype supervision for those people that prefer to engage this way, or where distance is an issue. Sometime clients choose an initial assessment session by Skype followed by face to face work

I am a member of the British Association of Counsellors and psychotherapists (BACP) and work within their ethical code.

Sessions available are: 
60 Minute session - Fee £45.00, and 
90 Minute session - Fee £67.50

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Croft House
Tamworth Road
Keresley End
West Midlands

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access

Types of client

Young people
Older adults


Martyn Blair

Martyn Blair