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My name is Sharon and I offer supervision to a diverse range of individuals and groups. Supervision is a means of delivering professional support to the practitioner to enable their continued learning and ownership of their work. As a trained supervisor I work to challenge, train, support and explore the practitioners work to promote best practice and safety for themselves and others.

The qualities that I offer include: active listening, honesty, congruence, warm regard and respect. I specialise in working with women who have been affected by domestic and sexual abuse and trauma.  I also have extensive experience of working with people from Black and Minority Ethnic communities. I have been practicing for over 8 years.

My therapeutic approach is one that best suits the needs of the individual as I am trained to work with various therapeutic models including person centred and CBT.

I have experience of working with individuals who presented with various issues such as   stress, depression, bullying, post natal depression, child related issues, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), sexual issues, crisis intervention, life changes, menopause, domestic violence/abuse, relationship challenges, bereavement and loss, anxiety, relaxation and stress management, personal and professional development, redundancy, retirement, low self-esteem, self-harm, identity issues, loss of purpose, assertiveness, panic attacks, trauma, disability, sexuality, and more.

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SE26 4QD

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


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Monday - Friday 8am - 9pm Saturday 10am- 8pm Sunday 10am- 2pm

Sharon Sibble-Aimey MSc, MBACP

Sharon Sibble-Aimey MSc, MBACP