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I completed the CPCAB Supervision Level 6 training in May 2017 and have experience supervising 6 Supervisees as well as running 2 group supervisions per month at Relate National. I have also delivered supervision to counsellors at Relate Mid-Yorkshire. 

I am currently supervising counsellors for Relate Northern Ireland and Relate Isle of Man. As well as having a current portfolio providing monthly supervision support  for 8 counsellors some of which are trainee counsellors who are in training and on placement. I am on the York College Supervisor register. 

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 10 years, and 5 years experience 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. I see the Supervisor / Supervisee relationship as a space to provide help, support,  guidance to help you to feel supported in your work and development.

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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In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults


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

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