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Jason Gillery MBACP/ MCOSRT~ Sex & Relationship Therapist / Supervisor

York, YO24
07841 354305 07841 354305

I completed the CPCAB Supervision Level 6 training in May 2017 and have been supervising 6 Supervisees as well as running 2 group supervisions per month at Relate National, since August 2016.

I recently have delivered Supervision for Relate Mid Yorkshire for 4 supervisees, in person, by phone or webcam.

My background is in Couple Counselling, Psychosexual Therapy, Young People aged 10+ and working with adult survivors of sexual abuse. Most of my training has been done through the Relate Institute and I have worked for Relate for 7 years, and 5 years running my private practice, across a whole range of mediums as a counsellor :  Face to face. Telephone, Email, Webcam and Live Chat.

I am happy to deliver supervision by face to face, telephone, webcam or a combination if that is helpful.

I work in an integrative way, and trained in Systemic, Psychodynamic, CBT and Solution Focused specifically. Though have  knowledge and practice of Transactional Analysis and Person Centered.

I believe as with our clients the therapeutic relationship between Supervisee and Supervisor is fundamental in building a good trusting working relationship.

If you would like to have an informal chat and to find out more then please give me a call on 07841 354305. Kind Regards Jason.

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Appointments currently available. Daytime, evening and weekend appointments.

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Jason Gillery MBACP/ MCOSRT~ Sex & Relationship Therapist / Supervisor

Jason Gillery MBACP/ MCOSRT~ Sex & Relationship Therapist / Supervisor