Liz Jenkins

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Psychotherapeutic Counsellor BSc(Hons)UKCP (Reg'd) CSAccred
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Brandon, Suffolk, IP27
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Supervision details

I am currently operating a waiting list. 

My experience has been both 1:1 and group supervision, working privately and within agencies. I ask open questions and offer reflection; I can also be directive and statement based.  

Above all I aim to help you, the therapist, gain understanding of the client and understanding of yourself in the room with the client.  What is helpful and what is not, enabling the client to understand themselves better. 

I believe the client is a holistic being bringing all of themselves to 'room'.  The relationship between counsellor and client is important in the development and awareness of both client and counsellor, therefore, working holistically and with the therapeutic process can bring healing to the client.  

Please contact me for details. 50.00 per hour, 75.00 for 1.5 hours

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Brandon, Suffolk, IP27

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Type of session

In person

I have a certificate in clinical supervision, approved by the British Psychological Society CSAdvanced, which is updated every 3 years.


Liz Jenkins
Liz Jenkins