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My theoretical focus is the 'one person / one and a half person / two person model' of supervision where I support the supervisee in moving towards the two person model where they use themselves (their moment to moment response to the client) effectively in their work with their clients. By doing so the work deepens as the client becomes aware of the impact they have on the therapist

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Didsbury Therapy Centre
212a Burton Road
West Didsbury
Manchester
M20 2LW

NatureConnect
Unit 3, 16A Peel Street
Marsden
Huddersfield
West Yorkshire
HD7 6BW

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Neither of my offices are wheelchair accessible

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Neil Jordan

Neil Jordan