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*Currently taking on supervisees*

Intersectional, integrative, trauma informed, attachment focused, social justice oriented, queer (GSRD) affirming, somatic, feminist supervision.

For me, supervision is about you, first and foremost. It’s about your wellbeing, your reflection, your sense of safety, containment, challenge and encouragement. I work in a relational and embodied way, often bringing in movement and creative explorations when supervisees are comfortable.  

Supervision is inherently therapeutic, I believe good supervision is anyway. I do my best to provide a secure, enriching environment for you to explore yourself and your work with clients using a range of theoretical models, including Gestalt, Existential, Person Centred and Somatic. My style of supervision is based on the Seven-Eyed Model of Hawkins & Shohet and incorporates Michael Carroll's Tasks of Supervision Model.

I particularly appreciate the Seven Eyed Model because of how it focuses on the relationships between client, therapist and supervisor as well as the interplay between each relationship. By looking through each ‘eye’, or distinct aspect of the therapeutic process, we use different lenses through which to see and experience therapy and supervision.

My therapy practice, supervision practice, teaching practice, and personal philosophy of counselling are based in an integrative paradigm which is largely humanistic and somatic. My supervision work covers individual and group supervision.

My fee for supervision ranges from £60 for 50 mins, to £95 for 90 minutes (can also have 60 and 75 min sessions). I offer a number of reduced-rate places to trainee therapists when there’s availability.

Please take a look at my therapist profile and get in touch with any questions.

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27 Finsbury Circus
London
EC2N 7AB

Bethnal Green
London
E2

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Anxiety, Attachment, Codependency & Trauma | Rachel Cooke | MA BA PgD MNCP

Anxiety, Attachment, Codependency & Trauma | Rachel Cooke | MA BA PgD MNCP