Claire Tetlow

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MBACP (Registered) and Qualified Supervisor
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Oswestry, Shropshire, SY10 9HG
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This professional is available for new clients.

Supervision details

Not only am I, an extremely experienced Casework Supervisor, I am a highly experienced Integrative Counsellor too.  In addition to working in private practice, I've worked in GP surgeries.  Previously, I practiced as a CBT Therapist within a Pain Clinic setting, for 4 years.  I feel that it's extremely important to find the right Supervisor for you.  I believe that you need to feel both confident and comfortable with your Supervisor and to not be afraid of discussing any problem or issue you are experiencing with your Clients.  I feel I am an approachable, non-judgemental Supervisor, who enjoys supervising my supervisees in an appropriate and professional way. I am confident and competent to Supervise Therapists working from a different approach to me.  I don't feel that  different approaches restrict working with supervisees trained in a different approach.  In fact, I believe that we can have an open, effective and supportive supervisory relationship.  I also offer supervision over SKYPE, Wotsapp video, V-See or telephone.  This enables me to work with Supervisees who live in different parts of the Country. I also offer reduced rates to Students. Please contact me for an informal chat, by using the following contact details.  I'm happy to have a discussion about your requirements by either method: or 075809 50369

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)

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Elm Tree Cottage, Gibraltar Lane, Treflach, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY10 9HG

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Type of session

In person

Not only am I, an extremely experienced Casework Supervisor, I am a highly experienced Integrative Counsellor too.

Claire Tetlow
Claire Tetlow